Wolf Play

By Hansol Jung
Directed by Dámaso Rodríguez

March 10, 2019 – April 7, 2019

Morrison Stage

In a world where people struggle to have children, one American couple decides to 'un-adopt' their young Korean son because they have a newborn at home. After an internet chat room search for the right family, the father 're-homes' the boy with a lesbian couple, where one half is desperate for a child and the other half is fighting for her career. As the boy — who thinks he’s a wolf, but is really a puppet – adjusts to his new life, he forms bonds with the unlikeliest of culprits while the rest of the adults squabble about what is ‘best for the child.' Wolf Play is a messy, funny, and moving theatrical experience that grapples with where family allegiance lies.

  • Awards for Hansol Jung: Whiting Award
  • A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere
  • A Table|Room|Stage Commission

 

TRSWorldPremiere NNPNRWP

Performances

Cast and Production Team

Cast

Tamera Lyn ±

Ash

Ayanna Berkshire +^

Robin

Vin Shambry +^

Ryan

Chris Harder +^

Peter

Creative

Hansol Jung

Playwright

Dámaso Rodríguez *

Director

Production

Resident Fight Choreographer : Jonathan Cole *

Assistant Scenic Designer: Antonio Ribeiro #

Lighting Designer: Kristeen Willis Crosser #

Costume Designer: Sarah Gahagan

Sound Designer: Sharath Patel #^

Properties Master: Eric Lyness

Stage Manager: Karen M. Hill +

Production Assistant: Margot New

Production Assistant: Breydon Little

Board Op: Alan Cline

Scenic Designer: William Boles #

Boxing Coach: Damaris Webb

Puppet Designer: Matt Acheson

Portland Actors Conservatory LORT LAB Student: Julet Lindo

+ Member of Actors Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S.

* Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

# The scenic, costume, lighting, projection & sound designers are represented by United Scenic Artists

± Equity Membership Candidate

^ Artists Rep Resident Artist

Preview Week

Mar 10: Sunday Sounday. Pay-What-You-Will tickets + Come early and enjoy music from a local artist
Mar 12: Ten Buck Tuesday. Tickets are only $10!
Mar 13: Wine Down Wednesday. $30 tickets + a glass of Dark Horse wine
Mar 14: Thirsty Thursday. $30 tickets + a pint of Lagunitas Beer
Mar 15: Foodie Friday. $30 tickets + discounted food at ArtBar

Special Events

Tech Talk: March 6

Post-Matinee Talkbacks: March 17, 24, 31

Oregon Psychoanalytic Center Post-Matinee Talkback: April 7 

Hollywood Theatre: STAGE meet SCREEN

Friday, March 29, at 9:30 PM: Our new partnership with Hollywood Theatre presents films in conjunction with our season. This month we're presenting The Company of Wolves.

More Info

Open Captioning 5 Open Captioned Matinee: April 6

handicapped2 Wheelchair seating: Call the box office at 503.241.1278 to reserve.

audiodescribed2 Digital FM hearing systems are available.

Resources

Prep for Wolf Play with this book and movie list from the Multnomah County Library.