A+ playwriting that attracts the attention of the Pulitzer jury? Check.
Incredibly cool semi-immersive direction? Check.
An insanely talented Obie AND Drama Desk-winning ensemble cast? Yup!
YesBroadway 40 Under 40 playwright Sarah DeLappe's brave The Wolves is a hit and a half! It is no wonder, then, that Lincoln Center Theater has decided to produce it again for a second Off-Broadway run. The drama that unfolds when a high school girl's soccer team meets on the pitch will leave you breathless in this new play, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama...no big deal!
Photos: Daniel J. Vazquez from the 2016 Playwright's Realm production of The Wolves.
This Lincoln Center Theater production seems like it is a fairly straightfoward transfer from the one last year at Playwright's Realm, with buzzy director Lila Neugebauer and a majority of the cast all on board. Shows that play at LCT's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater are often on a solid trajectory towards Broadway, so get your tickets ASAP to say you "saw it when"...at Off-Broadway prices!
Runs through January 7.
Check out this video of Sam hanging with The Wolves cast member Tedra Millan for more information about the show (and sneak peeks!). Click here if the video doesn't display properly.
Another MCC Theater trifecta: A+ acting, A+ direction, and A+ writing.
This show is EVERYTHING. Confirmed for Broadway in 2019!
The hype alert of all hype alerts!
Joshua Jackson on Broadway. #StartListening
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It's everything you want it to be: grool, fetch, and pink AF!
Race relations in old-school NYC in this intense drama.
It's like Fun Home and The Great Comet had a baby.
A-listers galore in this revival of a play about the early part of the Gay Rights Movement.
Uh, yeah, so...theater just doesn't get much better than this.
An A+ production of this hilarious and heartbeaking landmark play about gay life in NYC in the 70s/80s.
SO fun...and that radio-ready music!
Watch out for this future megastar!
Condola Rashad as Joan of Arc.
A subtle, lovely, and heartbreaking new musical that might just sweep the Tonys in June.
Musical theater magic! A+++
It's extremely, staggeringly, extraordinarily, and deliriously good. Hear us out...
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