Lace up for the WA premiere of the Pulitzer Prize nominated play that is kicking goals on stages across the globe - THE WOLVES by up-and-coming New York playwright Sarah De Lappe comes to The Blue Room Theatre from 20 August to 7 September.
A soccer team of teenage girls somewhere in Middle America; The Wolves are close; they look out for each other. They laugh hard, train harder, and over a season, fight battles with each other and themselves. Undefeated, smart, tough; they are both terrified and terrifying as together they step into the arena of adulthood. But this is just the warm up. The real game is about to come crashing into their lives.
From the incredible squad that brought you 'Grounded' - Red Ryder Productions has teamed up this season with nine of Perth's dynamic young actors to bring this sophisticated debut play to WA for the first time.
The Wolves is a fascinating work which has the wow factor of skill and the instinctive flash of the unexpected. PERFORMING ARTS HUB 2019.
Watch these incredible young women at play - joyful, wild and dangerous - where they grow up before your eyes. Life isn't a game - but each player realises she's part of a team, and never truly alone.
Red Ryder Productions have been proudly making theatre in Perth for 15 years and are three-time Member's Choice Award winners at The Blue Room Awards.
3 September - 7 September
Perth Cultural Centre, 53 James Street
Northbridge WA 6000
Performed by The Wolves: Courtney Cavallaro, Molly Earnshaw, Chelsea Gibson, Anna Lindstedt, Angela Mahlatjie, Caitlin McFeat, Sam Nerida, Tallulah Starkie, Elise Wilson, Alison van Reeken is the soccer mum.
Directed by Emily McLean
Produced by Benj D'Addario
Sound design by Rachael Dease
Lighting design by Karen Cook
Stage Managed by Georgia Smith.