Gold glasses with green fog. Text: Madeline L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time adapted by John Glore

A Wrinkle in Time

Story by Madeline L’Engle, Adapted by John Glore

June 21 - July 14, 2024

Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm | Sundays at 2pm

Monday, July 1 at 7:30pm - Pay What You Can

Post-show audience discussion - Sunday, June 30

A fantastical journey through time and space, this adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s brilliant story follows Meg Murry – accompanied by her brother Charles Wallace and their friend Calvin – as she travels through the universe to battle the forces of evil, rescue her father, save humanity, and find herself. With imaginative staging, stunning visuals, and a heartwarming message about the power of love and hope, this play is a must-see for audiences of all ages.


Run time:  TBD
Content Warning:  Theatrical Fog Effects
Audio Described performance:  Sunday, July 14, 2pm



Meg Murry – Harriet Spencer
Charles Wallace Murry – Ryan Pierce
Calvin O’Keefe – Tic Treitler
Mrs. Whatsit – Shelley Nelson
Mrs. Who – Robin Gilmer
Mrs. Which/Ensemble – Ariel Pinkerton
Dr. Kate Murry/Ensemble – Erika Sasseville
Dr. Alex Murry/Ensemble – Kjer Whiting
Kate Bonnett, Lizzie Esposito
Natosha Guldan, Isabelle Hopewell 

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Director – Penelope Parsons-Lord
Stage Manager – Andrew Pritchard
Set Designer – Keven Lock
Lighting Designer – Mark Kieffer
Costume Designers – Krista Weiss/Penelope Parsons-Lord
Prop Designer – Vicky Erickson
Sound Designer/Composer – Ryan Lee
Puppet Designer/Asst Prop Designer – Elliott Van Winkle
Asst Stage Manager/Asst Set Designer – Chris Goddard

Light Board Operator – Laura Preese/Dorothy Jolly Sound Board Operators – Dominic Detwiler/Rose Oliver
Backstage Crew – Tony Colville/Cooper Hancock

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Post-Show Audience Discussion

Sunday, June 30:  Join the cast and director for a post-show discussion immediately following the performance.


To Come