A Wrinkle in Time by John Glore.

Adapted from Madeline L’Engle’s Newbery Medal winning novel.

Directed by Michael Coleman

Audition Date: July 25th, 2021 at 7pm.

Rehearsal Times: Beginning July 26th. Actual dates and times TBD.

Performance Dates: Saturday and Sunday at 1pm from September 11th thru October 3rd.


Casting ages 12-30

All performers and crew are required to be Covid vaccinated.


What to Bring:

-A Headshot and Resume
-Any Conflicts you may have for show or rehearsal dates
-A vaccination card


Looking for three actors to play:

Margaret “Meg” Murry

Meg is an unusually intelligent thirteen-year-old girl who is a misfit at school. She is warmhearted but impulsive. The main source of her unhappiness, however, comes from the fact that her brilliant scientist father disappeared a number of years ago, and has made no contact with his loving, close-knit family since. Meg’s greatest faults are her anger, impatience, and lack of self-confidence, but she channels and overcomes them, ultimately emerging victorious.


Charles Wallace Murry

Meg’s gifted five-year-old brother, Charles Wallace is incredibly intelligent, sensitive, and telepathic. His talents extend from advanced factual and scientific knowledge to an unusual ability to penetrate and understand the minds of others. He is described as “something new”, an evolutionary “next step”.. His assurance of his abilities proves to be his vulnerability Charles is very close to his older sister


Calvin O’Keefe

Calvin is a fourteen-year-old boy who’s so smart he’s in eleventh grade He excels academically, socially, and in sports from an early age, but feels disconnected from his peers. Calvin comes from a large family that does not really care about him, but he nonetheless demonstrates a strong capacity for love and affection, and shows a burgeoning romantic interest in Meg. He finds a truer home with the Murrys.


The witches, the parents, and other various characters have been precast.


If you have any questions, please contact me at michaelkcoleman1@gmail.com or call 916-353-1001.