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A Wrinkle in Time

by M​adeleine L'Engle
adapted by Tracy Young
directed by Jeff Mills​​​
Join us for the story of one of literature’s favorite heroines, Meg Murry, as she joins forces with Mrs. Whatsit, Charles Wallace, and Calvin O’Keefe to rescue her father. They travel through space and time to take on IT and The Black Thing. Will the power of love and determination save Meg, her friends, and her father?  

*This production was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recommended for ages 7 and up.
April 16, 2020 - May 23, 2020
DePaul's Merle Reskin Theatre
The cast features
The cast features Abigail Hendricks (Aunt Beast), Gabriella Mendoza (Happy Medium), Sierra Phan (Meg Murry), Jennifer Young (Mother), Tyra Grove (Mrs. Who), Annie Reznik (Mrs. Whatsit), Adelaide Leonard (Mrs. Which), Oliver Sterling-Angus (Calvin), Justen Ross (Charles Wallace), Nathan Reilly (Charles Wallace Puppet), Keimon Shook (Dennys), Todd Parrott (Father), Nick Trivisonno (Man With Red Eyes/Fortenbras).

The production team includes scenic design by Lindsay Mummert, costume design by Isabel Lichtenstein, lighting design by Alexis Handler, sound design by Ethan Foss, technical direction by Max Wilhelms, dramaturgy by Ross Milstead, and stage management by Liv Hancock & Ellen Sypolt.

Special Events:

​Opening Day Autographs will take place after the performance on 2/18. Costumed characters from the play will interact with the audience for an autograph session.

Accessibility Services and Interpreted Performances:

If you require wheelchair accessible and/or companion seating, or have any other hearing or vision needs, please let us know when you reserve your tickets so that we can make sure you visit to our theatre is an excellent one. Discounted tickets are available for patrons with disabilities, and their guests. The performance on 5/16 will be sensory-friendly. A social narrative and adapted teacher guide will be available prior to the performance. Accommodations to the performance include reduced sound and lighting cues and some added light in the house of the theare to welcome audience members with sensory sensitivities.

Performances Interpreted in American Sign Language & Assisted Listening Devices:

The performances on 5/8 and 5/10 will be interpreted in American Sign Language.

Audio Description Services:

The performance on 5/5 will be audio-described for audience members who are blind or have low vision.