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a queer werewolf play

small town | missing boy | slaughtered livestock | teenagers |

cannibalism | Mariska Hargitay | bondage | leather |

sex | werewolf sex | gay werewolf sex | so much sex |

BYOB | late-night | gotta sign a waiver

a new play by Haygen-Brice Walker

directed by Elaina Di Monaco


White Coon County, Virginia is about as terrible as it sounds: there’s a (Super) WALMART, a swamp, a dozen churches, so many guns, and acres and acres of farmland. Nothing much ever happens here, until the livestock starts getting slaughtered. Slaughtered by something big: big and mean. The teens keep secretly sneaking off to the woods. What are they doing in the woods? And what is slaughtering the cows? And where the hell is missing boy Billy Wilkerson?  WOLFCRUSH is a queer full moon fever dream about cannibalism, werewolves, small-towns, big secrets, first times, sloppy seconds, Mariska Hargitay, and all the lies we tell ourselves to sleep at night.


Junyce, Sydney Banks

Mayor/Detective/Principal, Jenna Kuerzi

Beecher, José Raúl Mangual

Huck, Joshua McLucas

Kyle, Campbell O'Hare


associate producer Joshua Farner

assistant director Rose Slavin


Costumes, Corrie Meehan

Lighting, Alyssandra Docherty

Sound, Meghan Mary Reed

Scenic Installation & Props, Julia Montante

Stage Manager, Scout Cox

WOLFCRUSH was presented as a part of the

2018 Philadelphia Fringe Festival at Vox Populi

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