BYU DEPT. OF THEATRE AND MEDIA ARTS PRESENTS
A WRINKLE IN TIME
A new play adapted from the book by Madeleine L’Engle
Directed by Rodger Sorensen
May 29-June 15, 2013 (view performance schedule
de Jong Concert Hall–Harris Fine Arts Center
ASL Interpreted Performance: Th/June 6, 7:30 PM
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the children’s novel, BYU presents this new stage adaptation about love, faith, and the importance of family. On a dark and stormy night, Meg and her family receive an unexpected knock at their door. Behind it lurks an unearthly guest with incredible news: she knows the location of the children’s missing father who has gone missing while experimenting with time travel. As they trek through space to find him, Meg must learn to harness the power of love in order to conquer the forces of evil.NOTE: Originally announced for the Pardoe Theatre, this uniquely immersive production of A Wrinkle in Time will take place in the de Jong Concert Hall instead. The audience will be seated in general admission chairs on the de Jong Concert Hall stage, surrounding the playing space on three sides. Season ticket holders have priority seating in the center general admission section until five minutes before showtime.
NOTE: Strobe lights are used in this production.
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