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The Wolves

A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine young women who just want to score some goals.

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The Wolves

Date: 1 Dec 2018

Directed by Jessica Arthur, this award-winning American play by Sarah DeLappe offers a fly-on-the-wall look at an all-female soccer team as they go through their training drills and a close examination of what it is to be a young woman right now.

Arthur’s cast includes Nikita Waldron, Michelle Ny, Sarah Meacham and Puberty Blues star Brenna Harding.

Read Cassie Tongue’s review of The Wolves at the Old Fitzroy Theatre here.

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