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Wolves – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
CRITIC’S CHOICE… STUNNING… a superb Echo Theater Company production… presents the world through the prism of girls soccer.” — Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times

KCRW 89.9 FM 
TENDER, POIGNANT AND FIERCE… You go on a ride with these girls and through their lives you see their world – and see it shattered.  You’ll laugh with them, you’ll cringe with them, and ultimately you’ll probably weep with them.… don’t miss ‘The Wolves’.” — Anthony Byrnes, KCRW 89.9 FM

Stage Raw

Theatre Notes
TERRIFIC, THRILLING, MOVING, EXCITING, AMAZING… performed by nine young women at the top of their game… an amazing ensemble and an utter joy to behold.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

On Stage and Screen
TRIUMPHANT… The ensemble is fantastic… fully realized, complex human beings… I would have happily watched these characters for longer than the 90 minutes we are given with them” — Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

RAPID-FIRE…  the streams of quotidian wordplay that link the girls soon work a similar magic on the audience: moment by resonant moment, we are bound in the instant… The excellent cast perfectly captures the arrogance and awkwardness of adolescence.” — Barlo Perry, Paris-LA

WOW!EXTRAORDINARY… will surely be remembered as one of 2019’s best…  truly in a league of its own.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

USC Annenberg Media
REFRESHING… Behind DeLappe’s soccer-centric play is a tale of the hunger, honesty and heartbreak of modern female adolescence.… Dietze and her cast can bring it to life with such delight, honesty and heart.” — Jessica Doherty, USC Annenbeg Media

Larchmont Chronicle
FOUR STARS… Funny, insightful and very entertaining.” — Patricia Foster Rye, Larchmont Chronicle
SHARP, RICHLY DETAILED, AND FILLED WITH EXPRESSIVE THEATRICAL LIFE… another production from The Echo Theater Company that celebrates what is best in Los Angeles intimate theater” — Michael Van Duzer, Showmag

Curtain Up
“Takes teen age girl talk on a soccer team to a whole new playing field… nowhere is it more poignantly and tactfully portrayed… a delicate coming of age story, filled with profound insights on growing up” — Bonnie Priever, Curtain Up