directed by Brant Russell
scenic & lighting design by Andrew Hungerford
costume design by Noelle Johnston
sound design by Douglas Borntrager
props design & scenic art by Becca Armstrong
fight direction by Jonn Baca
stage manager Meghan Winter
assistant stage manager Jordain Addis
props historian & master carpenter Andrew Homan
language consultant Katherine Webster
(in order of appearance)
Jim Hopkins* as Jean Chastel
Jennifer Joplin* as Virginie
*Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association under a Special Appearance Agreement.
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In the late 18th century, the wilds of France are stalked by the fearsome Beast of Gévaudan, which has claimed over one-hundred victims in three years. King Louis has offered a rich reward to the hunter who kills the beast, and hunters have come from all over the country to take it down.
But an outcast forester and a strange woods-witch are crafting their own plans to claim the prize.
From the playwright of Know fan favorites Pulp and All Childish Things comes a class conscious tale of mystery, passion, and suspense…all inspired by a French legend of a werewolf.
10 words or less: There’s a wolf at the door.
Running time: 2 hours with one 15 minute intermission.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS NO LATE SEATING FOR THIS PRODUCTION
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