Sign language interpreter Donna Snyder leads a team of three interpreters that will work the Friday night performance of "The Miracle Worker" by Montana Repertory Theater that will be presented March 14-16 as part of the Broadway Live Series.
Sign language interpreter Donna Snyder leads a team of three interpreters that will work the Friday night performance of "The Miracle Worker" by Montana Repertory Theater that will be presented March 14-16 as part of the Broadway Live Series. Lexington Herald-Leader
Sign language interpreter Donna Snyder leads a team of three interpreters that will work the Friday night performance of "The Miracle Worker" by Montana Repertory Theater that will be presented March 14-16 as part of the Broadway Live Series. Lexington Herald-Leader

For sign language interpreters, 'Miracle Worker' is not just any show

March 12, 2014 11:21 AM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 03:57 PM

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