The Wolves

This Pulitzer-nominated play features nine young women in a fast-paced and deeply emotional journey. DeLappe uses the world of competitive sports — an indoor soccer team called the Wolves — as a crucible in which nine players learn about and try to navigate the intricacies of contemporary society, sex and soccer.

Sarah DeLappe
Kittson O'Neill
From Kittson O'Neill's website: The stories we tell transform us - as individuals and as communities - so my work as a director, actor, writer and artistic leader, is always pushing for dynamic transformation. This is the core of my work as an actor, a director and a leader. Since 2015 I have lead Shakespeare in Clark Park, where my commitment to Radical Community Engagement centers the people of our city in our productions: challenging assumptions about classical work and what constitutes “excellence.” When I can, I am pushing theater into new spaces and new forms that better center the people of our community.
Lighting Designer: 
Raquel Davis
Costume Designer: 
Hannah Read Newbill
Venue : 
Boise Contemporary Theat

Boise Contemporary Theater is a professional theater company in Boise, Idaho, whose mission is to inspire our community to examine our perspectives and better understand ourselves, each other, and the world around us by creating thought-provoking stories of the human experience. Founded in 1997, BCT is the only nonprofit professional theater within 300 miles dedicated to producing challenging new work. BCT is a recipient of the Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, two-time recipient of the National Theater Company Award from the American Theater Wing, and the 2022–23 City of Boise Cultural Ambassador. Currently in its 24th Season, BCT has presented 89 Mainstage productions, including 23 world premieres such as Eric Coble’s The Velocity of Autumn (which continued to Broadway). Our Mainstage season of five productions brings more than 12,000 visitors to BCT. Another 3,000-plus visitors enjoy our season-long reading series and summer reading series, both dedicated to bold new works, as well as a children’s reading series. Our annual BIPOC Playwrights Festival, launched in 2021, furthers our commitment to presenting diverse new voices.