A WRINKLE IN TIME AT THRESHOLD REP
It might seem a daunting task to bring the much beloved children’s book A Wrinkle in Time to the stage—considering it’s a tale that deals with space travel, alien civilizations, and otherworldly figures (a giant brain, for one)—but Threshold Rep succeeds, creating a performance that is true to the novel, well-acted, and quite entertaining.
It’s the story of Meg Murry, her little brother Charles Wallace, and their journey to save their father from the dark planet Camazotz. Along the way, they meet eccentric characters, travel to distant worlds, and fight for their lives. It’s a classic morality tale of good versus evil with themes focusing on social conformity and governmental domination. Read full review at The Art Mag.