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SLT presents “The Wolves” as final production of season

The Haldimand Press

April 11, 2024


SIMCOE, ON – Simcoe Little Theatre is thrilled to announce the staging of Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, “The Wolves,” from May 2-12, 2024. This captivating production, under the direction of Jason Mayo, promises an unforgettable exploration of adolescence, teamwork, and the journey to self-discovery through the lens of a teenage girls’ soccer team.

Director Jason Mayo brings a unique perspective to the play, emphasizing its raw energy and the authentic voices of its characters. 

Jason Mayo, Director of The Wolves (Photo Credit: Don Kearney-Bourque, Lighthouse Festival)

“The Wolves is more than just a story about soccer; it’s a deep dive into the complexities of growing up, the battles fought on and off the field, and the unbreakable bonds of team spirit,” says Mayo. His aim is to highlight the dynamic interactions and the personal growth experienced by each character against the backdrop of competitive sports.

Performances take place at the Simcoe Little Theatre, located at 33 Talbot Street North, Simcoe. Showtimes are scheduled for 2 or 7:30 p.m., varying by date, allowing audience flexibility in experiencing this powerful narrative.

Mayo further adds, “We’ve worked diligently to ensure that every moment on stage is charged with authenticity and emotion. Our talented cast promises to bring the compelling stories of these young athletes to life.”

Tickets start at $24, available for purchase at simcoelittletheatre.org or by contacting the box office at 51G-583-0505. Don’t miss this extraordinary blend of heartfelt drama and spirited competition that will leave audiences both moved and inspired.

For more information visit 

simcoelittletheatre.org/the-wolves.

For Immediate Release: Simcoe Little Theatre Presents “The Wolves” as the final production of the 2023/24 Season

Pulitzer Prize-nominated play written by Sarah DeLappe and directed by Jason Mayo, featuring a cast of local, talented young women

Simcoe, ONApril 3, 2024 | Simcoe Little Theatre is thrilled to announce the staging of Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play, “The Wolves,” from May 2nd to 12th, 2024. This captivating production, under the direction of Jason Mayo, promises an unforgettable exploration of adolescence, teamwork, and the journey to self-discovery through the lens of a teenage girls’ soccer team.

Director Jason Mayo brings a unique perspective to the play, emphasizing its raw energy and the authentic voices of its characters. “The Wolves is more than just a story about soccer; it’s a deep dive into the complexities of growing up, the battles fought on and off the field, and the unbreakable bonds of team spirit,” says Mayo. His aim is to highlight the dynamic interactions and the personal growth experienced by each character against the backdrop of competitive sports.

Performances take place at the Simcoe Little Theatre, located at 33 Talbot Street North, Simcoe, ON. Showtimes are scheduled for 2:00 PM or 7:30 PM, varying by date, allowing audience flexibility in experiencing this powerful narrative.

Mayo further adds, “We’ve worked diligently to ensure that every moment on stage is charged with authenticity and emotion. Our talented cast promises to bring the compelling stories of these young athletes to life.”

Tickets start at $24, available for purchase at www.simcoelittletheatre.org or by contacting the box office at 519-583-0505. Don’t miss this extraordinary blend of heartfelt drama and spirited competition that will leave audiences both moved and inspired.

For more information on “The Wolves”: 

The Cast

The Creative Team & Crew

About Simcoe Little Theatre

Simcoe Little Theatre is a non-profit community theater located in Simcoe, Ontario in beautiful Norfolk County. For over 60 years, Simcoe Little Theatre has been dedicated to providing quality theatrical productions and fostering a love for the performing arts in the local community. With a talented team of actors, directors, and volunteers, Simcoe Little Theatre continues to entertain and inspire audiences of all ages. For more information, visit www.simcoelittletheatre.org. Where Community Stars Shine!


Media Contact

For media inquiries, cast interviews and further information, please contact:

Don Kearney-Bourque,
Marketing & Communications Manager
Simcoe Little Theatre & Lighthouse Festival
don@lighthousetheatre.com
Direct: (226) 290-0070
Cell: (289) 541-7410