World Premier Of Wolves

March 4, 2013 — Leave a comment

Celebration Theatre is thrilled to announce the second show of its celebratory 30th Anniversary Season, the rolling world premiere of a new play, Wolves.  Written by Steve Yockey (Very Still and Hard to See, The Fisherman’s Wife) and directed by Ovation award-winner and Celebration Theatre’s Co-Artistic Director Michael Matthews (Justin Love, The Color Purple).

wolves cover

The rolling world premiere of Steve Yockey’s latest play, Wolves is a fascinating psychological drama with more than one twist! Ben is a timid young city-dweller who freaks out when his ex-boyfriend and reluctant roommate Jack brings home a big bad wolf for a one-night stand. Things get out of hand when Ben tries to “rescue” Jack and set into motion a dangerous, chain of events that will change their world forever. Throw in a peculiar narrator who clearly knows more than she’s letting on, and this savagely funny fairy tale for grown-ups twists and turns toward a messy, breathtaking climax.


Matthew Magnusson, Katherine Skelton and Nathan Mohebbi star in the premier.


WHAT: World Premier Of Wolves 
Friday March 8 – Sunday May 5, 2013 | Thursday – Saturday 8:00 pm | Sundays 2:00 pm
Celebration Theatre | 7051B Santa Monica Boulevard | West Hollywood, CA 90038

DETAILS: Tickets $30

CONTACT INFO: (323) 957-1884 or

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