Welcome to the Duluth Playhouse‘s blog spot for the fall Children’s Theater show, A Wrinkle in Time, directed by Playhouse Education Director Kate Horvath and based on the book by Madeleine L’Engle. My name is Stefan Kahlstorf, and along with my co-writer Eric Fredrickson, we will be taking you through the tesseract and into the rehearsal process of our show. Welcome to #TimeTravelTuesdays!

For those of you who don’t know what a tesseract is, here is a quote that from the script itself that explains it pretty well:


So basically, its traveling from one point to another through space.

What this blog is here to provide is a small back stage look into our rehearsal process. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the said process, we usually have 5 to 6 weeks of rehearsal at the Playhouse’s Conservatory, followed by a week of tech at the Playhouse where we integrate lights, sound, costumes, props and anything else into the rehearsals to make sure everything works before we open the next week.

Every week this blog will feature two different actors, and this week Eric and I thought we’d let you get to know us a little bit!



That is all we have for you this week! Check back next week for more inside the show!

To purchase tickets, use the button below. If you are a teacher and would like your class to come see a matinee showing of A Wrinkle in Time, contact Sarah Diener at 218-733-7555!

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