An artist's talk with Marin Theatre Company staff and Morgan Green, director of the company's upcoming play, The Wolves.
The Wolves, Sarah DeLappe’s first play, premiered off-Broadway at The Playwrights Realm, after an engagement with New York Stage and Film and development with Clubbed Thumb and The Great Plains Theatre Conference. It won the American Playwriting Foundation's inaugural Relentless Award, and was a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and the Yale Prize.
Morgan Green is a theater director, with many credits to her name. She is co-founder of New Saloon, a Brooklyn-based experimental theater company. Most recently she directed Milo Cramer’s new play, Cute Activist, at The Bushwick Starr.
Morgan is overjoyed to return to Marin, where as a young woman she graced many soccer fields with her chatter, and performed at Marin Theatre Company in the role of “evil stepsister” in a youth-theater production of Into the Woods. Directing Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves on this stage is an ideal homecoming.