A WRINKLE IN TIME joins the 14-year-old Meg Murry, her brother Charles Wallace, and new-found friend Calvin O’Keefe as they barrel through the universe on a mission to save their father. A devised adaptation of the beloved novel by Madeleine L’Engle from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s 2014 season, the show “tessers” into the Donnie Rigby Black Box Theater at Walla Walla University soon. Along the way you will meet the rambunctious Mrs. Whatsit, the wise Mrs. Who, and the mysterious Mrs. Which; all ready to guide this non-stop adventure and help you find the courage and love you need to face your world. The is the final show for Director of wwudrama David Crawford as he departs WWU at the end of the year.
Shows run May 11, 12, 16, 18, and 19. Saturdays at 9pm, Sunday matinees at 2pm, and $5 Thursday at 8pm.
Tickets are available now. For reservations or directions visit
drama.wallawalla.edu or facebook.com/wwudrama.
wwudrama is a Walla Walla University Drama program established
in 1961. They produce a variety of productions each year open to
the University and Community alike. For more information or
reservations visit their website at drama.wallawalla.edu.
For more information about this topic or to schedule an
interview, call David Crawford at (509)527-2641 or email