Have a Good “Time” at Maranatha’s Fall Production

Have you bought your tickets for the fall production? If not, you still have “time.”
“A Wrinkle In Time” is a story of the constant struggle of good and light and evil and darkness. The thing that makes this story so special is that the battle in “A Wrinkle In Time” is being waged by two high school students, Meg and Calvin, and Meg’s little brother, Charles Wallace. It is a fantasy story with the powerful message that, no matter who we are, we are all engaged in this battle for good. We are all involved in being part of the answer to the Lord’s Prayer, “Your kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”

Everything will happen on the stage of the Ambassador Auditorium. Both actors and audience will occupy the friendly confines of the Ambassador stage. There will be a thrust stage built on the stage itself that will be surrounded by stadium seating for the audience. This will provide for the close connection between audience and actor that is so essential to good theatre. As the audience, you will be close enough to literally reach and touch the actors on the stage. And the actors will be given the opportunity to reach out and “touch” your heart with this amazing story.

Since we are seating the audience on the stage of the Ambassador, seating is limited to 150 per show. Tickets will be available for sale at a table in the Student Center during lunch this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (November 7-9) with cash or check only. You may also purchase tickets online at the Maranatha Box Office HERE for $10 general admission and $8 for students.