A soccer team of teenagers – they’re close, they look out for each other.
This event has now passed.
In an age where people are being driven to increasing isolation, these young women find strength and meaning in each other. As long as they play together, the violence, distrust and confusion off the field can be resisted. But this is just the warm up. The real game is about to come crashing into their lives.
A beautiful, sophisticated play from New York, The Wolves presents a season in the lives of these young women. We see their anxieties, hear their secrets, watch them resolve their petty squabbles and deeper divisions. Life isn’t a game – but each player realises she’s part of a team, and never truly alone.
This production burst into life at the Old Fitz in 2018. Seeing these nine young women at play – joyful, wild, dangerous – was exhilarating. Watching them grow up before your eyes was moving. We can’t wait to unleash their optimism and free-spiritedness on the Belvoir stage.
Finalist 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
“The scary, exhilarating brightness of raw adolescence.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES
Belvoir presents a Red Line Production
By Sarah DeLappe
Director Jessica Arthur
Supported by Belvoir’s The Hive