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“If the sky dropped the stars or the river drained the water there would be outrage, but we treat children like this and there is silence.”
Something’s not right.
Children are being raised by animals.
A Mother is slowly sinking in the bath.
The trees are left doing the paperwork.
The air is filled with screams of children howling for help.
And some twins want to tell you a story about how everything got so f*cked up.
A spiralling odyssey of dizzying theatricality, Wolfie is a bold, fantastical fairytale following two twins separated at birth and asks who is truly responsible for society’s most vulnerable children.
This wildly imaginative, irreverent look at life in and after the care system is the debut play from Ross Willis, one of the 503Five Writers’ In Residence and directed by Artistic Director Lisa Spirling.
Ross is currently one of Theatre503’s resident playwrights, the 503Five where he received a seed commission to develop Wolfie. He is a member of the Orange Tree Writers’ Collective, BBC Writersroom and a playwright on attachment at the Bristol Old Vic. He was the writer in residence at Theatr Clwyd, an alumnus of Tamasha Playwrights 16/17 and Soho Theatre Writers’ Lab where he developed Wonder Boy which was a finalist for the Tony Craze Award receiving special recommendations and a rehearsed reading at Arcola Theatre's Playwrought festival. He was commissioned by Tamasha and Titilola Dawudu to write a series of monologues for Hear Me Now, a book of monologues for diverse actors.
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