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The Wolves

Closed March 11, 2018

An incandescent portrait of an indoor soccer team

The New York Times

Why See The Wolves?

The stirring new play that celebrates teenage girls

Sarah DeLappe's teenage soccer training drama made waves in New York when it premiered off-Broadway at The Playwrights Realm in 2016, with accolades going towards the frenetic training sequences happening on-stage by the cast. Winning the American Playwriting Foundation's inaugural Relentless Award, The Wolves was also a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and the Yale Prize. The struggles of girls are rarely depicted on stage without focus shared with men, and thus the majority of the play takes place between nine young women who in between training, discuss everything from periods to politics, often putting friendships on the line in the process.

If Teen Vogue was a play.....

Tackling everything wrong in the world from their patch of Astroturf, these outspoken players are determined to be heard - and determined to up their game, in every aspect of the word. DeLappe's powerful drama was written on a phone on the subway after attending an art exhibition. By staying clear of stereotypes of young women, she succeeded in creating a distinct group of differing characters, whose voices and personalities lift way above the pitch and for us to see them as individuals.

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Opening night: 9 February 2018


Suitable for ages 12+

Cast and Creative


Angela Alise as #00, goalie
Isa Arciniegas as #25, captain
Taylor Blim as #2, defense
Natalie Joyce as #7, striker
Cydney Moody as #8, defense
Erin O'Shea as #46, bench
Sarah Price as #11, midfield
Aurora Real de Asua as #14, midfield
Mary Tilden as #13, midfield
Meighan Gerachis as the Soccer Mom


Written By Sarah DeLappe
Directed by Lila Neugebauer

What you thought

2 reviews, average rating: (3.0 Stars)

3.0 star rating

Jane: “Absolutely stunning”

From the scenic design to the directing, to the acting of the incredible... more

Daphne: “The Wolves - very disappointing ”

Lots of conversation, lots of stretching exercises, no real plot in this... more

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