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The Wolves at The Old Fitz

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Left quad, Right quad, Lunge
After a brilliant start to their Disruption Season with Metamorphoses and There Will Be A Climax, Redline Productions' next show, The Wolves promises to be another strong performer in this prolific company's year.

Described as "skillfully drawn and undeniably affecting" by The New York Times and "a milestone for women in entertainment" by Forbes Magazine, The Wolves features an all-female cast and production team led by acclaimed director Jessica Arthur (Lethal Indifference, STC Associate Director).

The play is a Pulitzer finalist and was the breakout play for writer Sarah DeLappe. "It has a long life ahead of it as it is something very special, something very now, and something very rare," said artistic director Andrew Henry, "it is a privilege to give Sarah Delappe an audience in Australia for the first time. This play has some VERY real things to say about young women growing up, additionally, it fuses beautifully with the physical athleticism of sport. I think our audience are going to be bowled over by it. We have also assembled a knock out creative team for this one, Maya Keyes (designer,) Clemence Williams (sound designer,) Veronique Benett (lighting designer,) will all transform the Fitz into the indoor soccer field that houses our Wolves."

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The Cast of The Wolves


About The Wolves (from publicity material)
Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A female indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigour of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine young women who just want to score some goals.

The Wolves features a stellar and diverse cast made up of Cece Peters, Nikita Waldron, Emma Harvie, Sofia Nolan, Breanna Harding, Nadia Zwecker, Zoe Terakes, Michelle Ny, Sarah Meacham.

When: 14th March – 14th April 2018
Where: Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz, 129 Dowling St, Woolloomooloo, NSW, 2010
Performances: Tuesday-Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 5pm, Matinees on Saturday the 7th and 14th of April at 2pm.
Ticket Prices: Tickets range from $33 - $55 (ticket prices will increase once the season commences due to high demand and limited capacity)
Running Time: 90 Minutes with no interval
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Why? An all-female cast feature in this Australian premiere
When: Tuesday-Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 5pm, Matinees on Saturday the 7th and 14th of April at 2pm.
Where: The Old Fitz Theatre, 129 Dowling St, Woolloomooloo
Cost: Tickets range from $33 - $55 (ticket prices will increase once the season commences due to high demand and limited capacity)
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