“What if I said I am not what you think you see?”
The gray wolf is a social animal, traveling in nuclear families consisting of a mated pair, accompanied by offspring. Wolf packs rarely adopt other wolves into their fold, and typically kill them. In the rare cases where wolves are adopted, the adoptee is invariably an immature animal unlikely to compete for breeding rights with the mated pair. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia (2019). Retrieved from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf
A mischievous and affecting new play about the families we choose and un-choose.
More info at SoHoRep.org
There will be three 99-Cent Sunday performances of Wolf Play on March 29, April 5, and April 12 at 7:30pm. These performances are first come, first served, and cash only. A line forms outside the theater as early as two hours before curtain time.
Limited rush tickets ($30 or $20 for students with valid ID) are available for most performances on a first-come, first-served basis and are distributed 15-minutes prior to each performance.
About the Playwright
Hansol Jung is a playwright from South Korea. Productions include Wild Goose Dreams (The Public Theater, La Jolla Playhouse), Wolf Play (NNPN Rolling Premiere: Artists Rep, Mixed Blood, Company One), Cardboard Piano (Humana Festival at ATL), Among the Dead (Ma-Yi Theatre), and No More Sad Things (Sideshow, Boise Contemporary). Commissions from The Public Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Repertory Theatre, National Theatre in UK, Playwrights Horizons, Artists Repertory Theatre, Ma-Yi Theatre and Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Her work has been developed at Royal Court, New York Theatre Workshop, Hedgebrook, Berkeley Repertory, Sundance Theatre Lab, O’Neill Theater Center, and the Lark. Hansol is the recipient of the Hodder Fellowship, Whiting Award, Helen Merrill Award, Page 73 Fellowship, Lark’s Rita Goldberg Fellowship, NYTW’s 2050 Fellowship, MacDowell Artist Residency, and International Playwrights Residency at Royal Court. She is a proud member of the Ma-Yi Writers Lab, NYTW’s Usual Suspects, and The New Class of Kilroys. MFA: Yale.
About the Director
Dustin Wills is a New York-based theatre and opera director. Upcoming: A Boy’s Company Presents: Tell Me If I’m Hurting You by Jeremy O. Harris (Playwrights Horizons) and Mikhail Bulgakov’s Black Snow (Juilliard). Recent theatre: Phillip Howze’s Frontières Sans Frontières (Bushwick Starr—Top Ten Theatrical Productions of 2017 by New York Magazine), Will Arbery’s Evanston Salt Costs Climbing (New Neighborhood), MJ Kaufman’s Masculinity Max (The Public), Basil Kreimendahl’s Orange Julius (Rattlestick and Page 73), Casey Llewellyn’s O, Earth (Foundry Theatre), and a Baryshnikov Arts Center Residency for AWFUL EVENT! a new musical with Kate Tarker and Dan Schlosberg. Recent opera: Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol (Yale Opera), Francesco Cavalli’s L’Egisto and Xerse (Yale Baroque Opera), and ongoing work on an operatic adaptation of Federico García Lorca’s surrealist play Once Five Years Pass (Williamstown Theatre Festival). He has devised new work with Teatro L’Arciliuto in Rome, Italy, created large-scale community puppetry pageants with Creative Action, is a two-time Princess Grace Award recipient, a Drama League and Boris Sagal directing fellow, and for a couple of years gave rogue tours of the Vatican. MFA: Yale School of Drama
- Design Team TBA | Stay tuned for announcements!