This Month at Prime Stage:
Mystery Theatre & A Wrinkle in Time

March 1st, 2022

You are in a circular room with twelve locked doors.

Each door is positioned like the hours of a clock and stenciled with an apparently random word or phrase.

You have 12 keys, each labeled with a different code.

Your task: decipher the codes, unlock the doors, and begin unraveling a mystery that must be solved before time runs out.

That’s the premise of this month’s all-new mystery “Time is Out of Joint,” which begins this Thursday and runs through March 31 on Prime Stage Mystery Theatre—the podcast where you are part of the story.

You can find Mystery Theatre at or wherever you get your podcasts.

Also premiering this month is Prime Stage Theatre’s A Wrinkle in Time, directed by Sunny Disney Fitchett, choreographed by Shana Simmons, and based on Madeline L’Engle’s time-travel classic.

It’s a fantastical journey that blends science fiction with family themes and spiritual growth, all reimagined for the 21st century by Brian Wongchaowart and Wayne Brinda.

The show previews on March 4, opens on March 5, and runs through March 13 at Pittsburgh’s New Hazelett Theatre. It’s not to be missed.

And if you’re able to attend the March 5 opening, be sure to stop by our special Mystery Theatre display where you can further explore the mystery of “Time is Out of Joint” and possibly win one of the science-fiction classics featured in this week’s episode of Mystery Theatre.

I’m looking forward to being there, as I’ve been MIA since December, busily writing the novelization of a screenplay I’m developing with brother Christopher Connolly and film producers Jonathan Sanger and M. Jones. More updates on that project coming soon. But for now, get ready for Mystery Theatre on Thursday and Wrinkle in Time on Saturday.

I’ll meet you there!

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