By Madeleine L’Engle
Adapted by Tracy Young
Directed by Shelley Butler
A kaleidoscopic trip through time, space, and the power of love
Meg Murray is a short-tempered middle school math nerd. That will come in handy as she drags her brother off through time and space to find their missing father, save humanity, and maybe, just maybe, learn something about herself in this fantastical adaptation of the beloved novel by Madeleine L’Engle.
“Having sensory-friendly theater opportunities has been a wonderful part of my daughter’s life and has made her feel a part of the theater community. She has developed a love of live theater performances and has enjoyed many PlayMakers productions. The accommodations made during live performances are essential for so many people to enjoy such a wonderful art form right here in Chapel Hill. Thank you for understanding and valuing my daughter and me.” —Ruth Thomson
This sensory-friendly presentation showcases a live performance in a welcoming environment tailored to audiences with autism and other sensory sensitivities.
• Modified lighting and sound
• Relaxed house rules to allow additional movement or talking
• Quiet areas with staff experienced in working with neurodivergent people
• Social story to outline what to expect at the performance