The Wolves

The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe directed by Caroline Jane Davis March 31, April 1 & 2 at 7:30pm April 3 & 4 at 8pm matinees April 4 & 5 at 3pm #FUWolves #Playhouse50 A finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize, The Wolves examines the relationships and revelations of a high school soccer team through the ups and downs of practice, competition, and college recruitment. Playwright Sarah DeLappe paints a striking portrait of teenage life in which individuality and community are a careful balancing act, and where every move – on and off the field – has repercussions. “…the play… isn’t so much a work about the world’s most beautiful game, notwithstanding some nods in that most worthy of directions, but an honest and sympathetic study of what it feels like to be an adolescent girl. Living and moving in a pack.” – Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune Single tickets on sale online March 17. Link for single tickets: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=futa Link for 4-ticket passes: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?buy_pass=futa Box Office opens March 23. Box Office (864) 294-2125. In the Company: #00 Adare Smith #02 Morgan Goldsberry #07 Emily Lanter #08 Loni Covington #11 Emily Enlow #13 Lily Mayfield #14 Wallis Lucas #25 Anna Bowman #46 Kaitlin Noble Soccer Mom - Clare Beth McConnell assistant directed by Kenzie Anne Wynne dramaturgy by Cammi Stilwell stage managed by Lee McCaskill scenic design by alan bryson lighting design by Matt Middleton costume design by Makala Fuller sound design by Dennis Cheeks props design by Anna Muh technical direction by alan bryson with Jax Pratt, Anna Blackman, Jamie Riedy, EK Leiter, Cole Becherer, Becca Hearn, Mike Caterisano, Morgan Murphy, Elizabeth Harris, Jason Roberts, Alan Smith, Jillian Padgett, Claire Shea, Aaron Prince, and many others
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