By Sarah DeLappe
On stage 02.27–03.24.19
From the safety of the suburbs, a girls soccer team navigates life's big questions and wages their own tiny battles – with all the "bark and bite" (Vulture.com) of a pack of adolescent warriors. A "smart, hilarious, delightful meditation on society, sex and soccer" (The Village Voice), The Wolves is a portrait of the pursuit of happiness for nine American teens who just want to score some goals.
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On stage February 27 — March 24
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The Wolves is a play about older teens—in conversations they would not want their parents to overhear. Parental discretion is advised for strong language and themes.
Assistant Director: Mollie Armour
Scenic Designer: Kimberly V. Powers
Costume Designer: Ruby Kemph
Lighting Designer: Jacquelyn R. Cox
Sound Designer: Sinan Refik Zafar
Properties Master: Brodie Jasch
Production Stage Manager: Shannon A. Jones
Soccer Consultant: Rachel Riggs
Understudies: Caroline Dean, Audrey Romero, Olivia White
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Thanks to support from the Walmart Foundation and others, patrons under the age of 30 pay just $10 while patrons with a SNAP benefits card pay just $5.
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MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY
Show sponsors Ellis & Kay Melton and Bob & Diane Shaw.