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A Wind in the Door (Goldfinger) - Stage Partners

A Wind in the Door (Goldfinger)

adapted from the novel by Madeleine L'Engle

 Drama

  Full-length60-70 minutes.

 5-11 actors possible

 One of literature’s favorite heroines, Meg Murry, the fierce and fiery heroine of Madeleine L’Engle’s classic novel A Wrinkle in Time, is back to join forces with her brother Charles Wallace and friend Calvin for a fantastical adventure. When an extraterrestrial creature recruits the trio to fight an evil force, they’ll travel across a galaxy—and through the cells of a human body—to stop it.  This thrilling sci-fi story reveals that love and kindness are the best antidotes to evil.

Recommended for professional TYA theaters, touring groups. Originally commissioned and produced by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (2021). This theatrical re-telling with vivid visuals, puppetry, and creatively suggested imaginary locations is perfect for professional theaters that can maximize the opportunities for puppetry, or even for small touring groups who need to tell the story with less performers (5), or with puppetry and props (that are able to travel).

Performance rights are currently available in most areas. Royalty Information: Minimum royalty fee per performance (non-professional): $100. Script fee for Printable PDF: $125 (print/copy as many times as you need for your production). Please contact us at info@yourstagepartners.com with the details of your production request (including production dates, # of performances, seating capacity, and average ticket price) and we get back to you shortly. Want a single perusal script copy? Just let us know. 

Live-streaming rights are available. Contact us at info@yourstagepartners.com with the details of your request.

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Also check out this FREE RESOURCE: 3 Lesson Plans for A Wind in the Door!


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