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The Wolves

A forester’s daughter spends a night in a cabin in Soviet Russia, but it takes decades to discover how much danger she put her family in.

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the Wolves | Red Line Productions

Set over a few Saturdays of the team the Wolves’ indoor soccer (futsal) games, The Wolves depicts the overlapping and unpredictable lives of the nine under-17s players while they warm up before games. 633 more words


Forming the Pack: A Conversation with the Cast and Creative Team of Goodman Theatre’s The Wolves

by Mariah Schultz

Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves centers on a female high school soccer team and how their lives intertwine on and off the field. Though we never see them actually play, Delappe delivers an intense, action packed ninety minutes of humor, heartache, and suspense as if we were at an actual game. 2,983 more words


Weekend Snapshots 56


My daughter’s soccer team was playing in a pre-season tournament in Arlington this weekend. Serendipitously, The Wolves, a Pulitzer-nominated play about a girls’ high school travel soccer team, was having its final run this weekend at the Studio Theatre in DC. 557 more words


March Review Round-Up: “The Burn,” “Breach,” “Rose,” & “The Wolves”

by Mariah Schultz

This weather may be wacky as ever, but there seems to be an early spring in the forecast with some warm, even sizzling plays happening in the Chicago theatre scene. 1,671 more words

The Theatre School At DePaul University

The Wolves

“Sometimes a fantastic piece of art is offered at the perfect cultural moment for receiving its honesty, and it amplifies a work that would still be effective in a vacuum. 223 more words

The Broadway Blog