The Myth of Water inspires a “dance drama,” choreographed by Adria Feralli (Florence, Italy) and performed at Troy University in Troy, Alabama
‘Helen Unveiled’ portrays secret romance
“It was Helen Keller who once said the most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or touched; they must be felt in the heart,” said Chancellor Jack Hawkins Jr.
Audience members at the 22nd annual Helen Keller lecture series were exposed to another side of Keller, from the traditional viewpoint of a visionary and an activist, which expressed her humanity, her womanhood and her heart.
“The Helen Keller lecture celebrates the spirit of a great Alabamian—a lady, I think, who is our greatest of Alabamians—who inspired the world by overcoming great odds to become the world’s foremost champion of people with special needs,” Hawkins said at the event.
The lecture took a new art form this year as “Helen Unveiled” debuted through words, dance and music, at Claudia Crosby Theater on Monday, Nov. 14.
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