by Tina Teeninga

August 7-17, 2013 · Pacific Theatre · West 12th Avenue · Vancouver, BC

The Grenfells, peaceful artisan weavers living in Yorkshire, England, supply their neighbours and community with beautiful, quality garments.

Enter the Industrial Revolution, an idealistic factory heir, and a cousin with dangerous notions and each Grenfell must decide: will it be what they know, or a new way forward.

Harriet, all fists and fight, leads the charge. Sarah has her own plan and she’s not waiting for her father’s go ahead. And Susanna, wife and mother, torn between loyalty to her husband and a desire for justice. Times are changing, and in the Grenfell household, the women are making up their minds. The question is, can Matthias adapt and build a new world, or will he go down in the fight?

A family is only as strong as the choices they make to stay together.

“Teeninga captures the desperation that Grenfeld and his family face as they see their lives being forever changed by industrialization.” – Mark Robins, gayvancouver.net

After a successful staged reading with Pacific Theatre, Otherwise Productions presents a collective of the world premiere of ‘Wolf at the Door’. An exciting cast and crew of emerging and non-emerging artists bring this historical and relevant play to life.

Directed by Kerri Norris (Lion, Witch and The Wardrobe, Pacific Theatre).

Featuring: Byron Noble (How to Write a New Book for the Bible, Pacific Theatre), Rebecca deBoer (One Hundred Saints You Should Know, Pacific Theatre), Kyla Ferrier (Godspell, Pacific Theatre), Kirsty Provan (The Great Divorce, Pacific Theatre), Tim Bratton (Godspell, Pacific Theatre), Adam Weidl (Dracula: the Musical, Awkward Stage Productions) , Lori Kokotailo (The Hungry Season, Pacific Theatre) and Tina Teeninga (Saddest Girl in the World, Otherwise Productions).

Stage Management by Carmen Lee, Costume Design by Kaitlin Williams (Us and Everything We Own, Twenty-Something Theatre), Props and Lighting Design by Phil Miguel (How to Write a New Book for the Bible, Pacific Theatre), Set Design by Molly Lai (The Sorrows of Young Werther, Theatre at UBC).

Additional notes: Cast & Crew for Wolf at the Door

Wolf at the Door, August 7-17 @ Pacific Theatre. (1440 West 12th Avenue)
2-for-1 preview, Wed. Aug. 7th.
2-for-$20, Wed. Aug. 14th.
Aug 8-10 & 15-17th, $15.
All shows @ 8pm.

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Photography for Wolf at the Door by Richard Norrish.

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