WOLF was a site-responsive theatre experience devised and directed by Kath Burlinson and the Authentic Artist Collective, with text by Iain Finlay Macleod and music by Kerry Andrew.
It was performed in a car park, a barn, a churchyard, a wood, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Pulse Fringe Festival 2010.
WOLF explored the ecology, psychology and mythology of the human/wolf relationship, inviting us to meet ourselves as we travelled with the pack. It’s about our ears, all the better to hear you with. And noses, all the better to smell you with. And how we understand the pack, the loner, and our place on the planet.
WOLF had a cast of ten, including performers from the David Glass Ensemble, Dreamthinkspeak, Matthew Bourne's 'Swan Lake' company, the National and Old Vic theatres. To find out more about the creative team click here
The show received brilliant reviews:
***** 'Dangerous, sensual and sexy…snap up a ticket.' www.edinburghguide.com
*****'The best example of site-specific performance that I have seen' www.screenworks.co.uk
***** 'Thrilling, arousing…connects to something wild deep inside.' www.dailydust.co.uk