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Actor Matthew Modine makes his Broadway debut playing young Helen Keller I'm there in the miracle worker it's been years since the story of Helen Keller.
Made its Broadway debut.
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It's just an extraordinary heart warming story you know and and I love Abigail Breslin has -- Helen Keller said the opportunity were quick through was was really exciting.
House until is is I think one of broadway's bright lights instead of tremendous future ahead of her.
And this -- -- Jennifer Morrison is just tremendous cast you know we were just talking about you know there's some proposed changes for textbooks down in Texas yeah.
Fast forward to this that.
There are a lot of people who don't know the story of Helen Keller -- -- -- socialist.
That's -- -- she if she were alive today -- try to be the biggest proponent for Obama's health care plan you know she the public option.
-- and the things she did the disabilities acts that she helped to push forward.
But woman's right to vote she was suffrage.
You know and -- she's a great.
American -- one of the most important women of the twentieth century.
She's on the quarter and Alabama.
While now this is true this letter that there it is this trend is here Broadway debut this man brought everyone knows from films -- what I you know I moved to New York thirty years ago to work in -- stating this so that -- -- that was my intention to to work on Broadway.
And then things would get in the way you like being Stanley Cuba question do -- out of time here so that their political incidents -- -- a candidate wasn't.
What realizing it wasn't I don't know was in London the episode with some level thing in the -- -- this Stanley kubrick's very clever director you know and then Robert Altman a word to him few times and Allen Pakula lesson.
And yeah I just it just was always busy working on -- -- those opportunities and had to work on Broadway.
A tremendous film would get in the way.
Can can you stick around a couple -- we -- -- to a little bit about what happened out in Tinseltown with the out Oscars went.
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