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Meet the Cast of A WRINKLE IN TIME…

It’s true…teens can save the world.

BACK ROW (Left to Right): Joanna Kennedy, Judge Madden, Horton Richard, Sam Hurley / MIDDLE ROW (Left to Right): Georgia Rose, Andy Carter, Hannah Moore, Jordan Mook, EmmaMerie Smith, Sarah Willingham / FRONT ROW (Left to Right): Kai McGhee, Emma Taylor, Jude Segrest, Diva Sharma

JORDAN MOOK
Previous DCT Roles: Peter and the Starcatcher (Smee).
Favorite show and why: The Book of Mormon because I love the music and songs.
Favorite thing about acting: The audience’s reactions.

 

GEORGIA ROSE
Previous DCT Roles: Peter and the Starcatcher (Betty Bumbrake), EAT (It’s Not About Food) (Cheerio Lady, Angry Teen), and The Ghosts of Sleepy Hollow (the woman in white).
Favorite Show and Why: The Ghosts of Sleepy Hollow because it was my first real show and the character was so unique, and the cast bond was special.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Making the audience feel something.

 

EMMAMERIE SMITH
Previous DCT Roles: EAT (It’s Not About Food) (Emily), Peter and the Starcatcher (Frenchie), and Next Stop Broadway (2017 and 2018).
Favorite Show and Why: EAT (It’s Not About Food) because the show meant something; it was beyond entertainment.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Being something different every time. You get to be out of yourself and leave the real world.

 

KAI McGHEE
Previous DCT Roles: Alice in Wonderland (Mad Hatter) and Next Stop Broadway (2018).
Favorite Show and Why: Stranger Things because the mysticism and mystery of the show is very interesting and fun to watch.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Being on stage and doing what I love.

 

JUDGE MADDEN
Previous DCT Roles: Alice in Wonderland (Caterpillar), Ghouls & Graveyards (The Boy/Herbert), and Peter and the Starcatcher (Prentis).
Favorite Show and Why: Cabaret because the meaning of the story has really made an impact on me.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Having fun, doing well, and acting – so pretty much everything.

 

HORTON RICHARD
Previous DCT Roles: Ghouls & Graveyards (Ghoul 5, and Factory Worker) and Screen Play (Daniel).
Favorite Show and Why: James and the Giant Peach because it’s really entertaining and creative.
Favorite Thing About Acting: It’s always great to meet my castmates and get to perform in front of people.

 

EMMA TAYLOR
Favorite Show and Why: A Midsummer Night’s Dream because it was my first Shakespeare play and I loved the role of Hermia that I played.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Being able to experience someone else’s feelings and the connection with the cast.

 

DIVA SHARMA
Favorite Thing About Acting: Losing yourself for a few hours and pretending to be someone/something else.

 

JOANNA KENNEDY
Favorite Show and Why: Les Misérables because I enjoy the music and action.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Being someone else.

 

JUDE SEGREST
Previous DCT Roles: Seussification of a Midsummer Night’s Dream (Puck), Alex in Wonderland (Alex), and Next Stop Broadway (2018).
Favorite Show and Why: BFG (Big Friendly Giant) because I volunteered at the sensory-friendly show.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Being so many different people and learning about life through theater.

 

SAM HURLEY
Previous DCT Roles: Ghouls & Graveyards (Morris), Screen Play (Jeffery), and Peter and the Starcatcher (Lord Aster).
Favorite Show and Why: The Outsiders because I knew everybody in the cast since I was a young child.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Playing a character.

 

SARAH WILLINGHAM
Previous DCT Roles: Miracle on 34th Street and Next Stop Broadway (2016, 2017, 2018).
Favorite Show and Why: Heathers because the music is amazing.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Really getting to know the character you play.

 

HANNAH MOORE
Previous DCT Roles: EAT (It’s Not About Food) (Girl), Miracle on 34th Street (Elf), and Ghouls & Graveyards (Banshee).
Favorite Show and Why: My favorite show I’ve been in is Anne of Green Gables when I played Anne Shirley. My favorite show I’ve seen is Hamilton in Chicago.
Favorite Thing About Acting: Getting to tell a story and give the gift to the audience!

 

ANDY CARTER
Favorite Show and Why: I love Dear Evan Hansen as it is a powerful and emotional story.
Favorite Thing About Acting: It lets me be anyone, even the complete opposite of myself.


TEEN SCENE PLAYERS PRESENT

A WRINKLE IN TIME

Adapted by John Glore
From the book by Madeleine L’Engle
Produced by special arrangement with Stage Partners

October 19 – October 28, 2018

Recommended for ages 10 and up

It was a dark and stormy night when Meg Murry’s journey began. Mrs. Whatsit, a mind-reading celestial being, arrives to tell Meg about the evil forces that are holding her missing father prisoner on another planet and the existence of a tesseract – a sort of wrinkle in space and time – that will help her save him. Mrs. Whatsit and two of her unconventional friends (Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which) transport Meg along with her super-genius younger brother Charles Wallace, and friend Calvin O’Keefe through the fifth dimension on a quest to rescue her father and free the universe. This groundbreaking sci-fi/fantasy tale captures the classic struggle between good and evil, the power of love, and the value of individuality. Teens can save the world!

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