Marlborough School - An independent day school for girls grades 7-12

A dark force pervades the universe in a state of endless consumption--forcing planet inhabitants into ugly conformity. The powerful guardian spirits, Mrs. Which, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Whatsit, know that only with the help of three Earth children can the evil be penetrated. Meg and Charles Wallace Murry, with the help of their friend Calvin O'Keefe, travel through time and space on an incredible journey to save their father from this darkness. Will the children be able to withstand a trial that asks them for their greatest strengths, their deepest vulnerability and their most tender gifts?

Thursday, May 11th & Friday, May 12th at 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 13th at 7 p.m.

Caswell Auditorium

Tickets are now available for purchase here.

Performing Arts

The Marlborough Performing Arts Department is made up of a faculty of artist-practitioners with an abiding sense of mission as educators. As a department we are committed to artistic integrity inside of a learning environment. Students are exposed to a professionalism that they will meet when they enter the wider world… and to a diversity of artists and artistic styles, including an immersion into the classicism of established techniques. Within a framework like this, students are encouraged to nurture their own artistic eye.

We are dedicated to training in practices that cultivate conscious embodiment. We seek to nurture creative minds, strong and expressive bodies and articulate voices; to stoke the creative impulse, and to energize and contain that impulse through the various containers required by performance. Our productions are ambitious and intentional, with high artistic and production values, and are designed to engage the community in relevant dialogue.

In educating young people about the performing arts and fostering an appreciation and respect for the arts-making process, we also cultivate future arts patrons.