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A Wrinkle in Time

By John Glore

From the Newbery Award-winning book by Madeleine L'Engle

Directed by Samantha Bellomo

April 26 - May 20, 2012


"It was a dark and stormy night" begins this beloved novel by Madeleine L'Engle. Set off on an adventure through space and time via a tesseract with three children, each with a special gift and assisted by the three eccentric Mrs. Ws, to free their scientist father from the power of IT. (Nothing good was ever named IT!) Best appreciated by ages 9 and up.

Join the artists after each performance to discuss the making of the production.

Meg: Emilie Krause
Charles Wallace/Ensemble: Conrad David Sager
Mother/Mrs. Who/Camazotz Woman/Aunt Beast/Ensemble: Catharine Slusar*
Mrs. Whatsit/Man with Red Eyes/Ensemble: Pete Pryor*
Calvin/Ensemble: Aubie Merrylees
Father/Mrs. Which/Camazotz Man/Ensemble: Tom Byrn*
Director: Samantha Bellomo
Production Manager: Charles T. Brastow*
Set Designer: James F. Pyne, Jr.
Costume Designer: Marla J. Jurglanis
Lighting Designer: Lily Fossner
Sound Designer: The Broken Chord Collective
Production Stage Manager: Kate McSorley*
Dramaturg: Hannah Daniel

* Member, Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

"A Family-Oriented Sci-fi Play with WRINKLES to Spare!"

By Nikki Krueger, Montgomery News

"People’s Light Goes Back to the Future Through A WRINKLE IN TIME"

By Debra Miller, Stage Magazine

"People’s Light’s Exciting WRINKLE IN TIME"

By Jim Rutter, The Philadelphia Inquirer

"A WRINKLE IN TIME" is a Dark, Heady, Family-Friendly Adventure Onstage

By Mary Cantell, Montgomery News

"People's Light & Theatre Presents: A WRINKLE IN TIME"


A Wrinkle in Time and Its Sci-Fi Heroine

By Pamela Paul, The New York Times

A Wrinkle in Time Turns 50

By KJ Dell'Antonia, The New York Times

Special Mother's Day Dining and Theatre Package

Treat Mom to an extraordinary Mother’s Day experience at
The Farmhouse and People's Light & Theatre

Enjoy a buffet brunch or dinner and a performance of A Wrinkle in Time!
Brunch seating recommended by 12pm for the 2pm matinee; dinner seating recommended by 5pm for the 7pm performance.

Sun, 05/13/2012 (All day)

Emilie Krause on BEN-FM's Woman of the Week

Emilie Krause who plays Meg in A Wrinkle in Time, spoke with BenFM's Marilyn Russell for their Woman of the Week feature. Click here to listen!