See “The Wolves” at UCF School of Performing Arts. Pulitzer Prize-finalist “The Wolves” chronicles a team of women’s competitive high school soccer players. As these nine women band together as teammates to defend their undefeated record, they explore the sacrifices they made in the midst of the pressures of adolescence to become warriors on the field. As the “pack” trains for their moment of glory, their sideline conversations turn to boys, eating disorders, “the new girl” and preparing for adulthood.
Subscriptions on sale now! Single tickets on sale August 12 at noon. Main Stage Theatre.
Tickets: $25, $10 with UCF ID
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2021 AT 7:30 PM EDT – 9:30 PM EDT
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2021 AT 7:30 PM EDT – 9:30 PM EDT
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2021 AT 7:30 PM EDT – 9:30 PM EDT
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2021 AT 2 PM EDT – 4 PM EDT
With seventeen unique degree programs the School of Performing Arts covers a broad spectrum of 21st century arts careers and prepares students to succeed. From large music and theatre ensembles that showcase our students’ impressive performance abilities to chamber music recitals featuring our internationally acclaimed artist faculty to guest performers from around the world, we know you will be delighted to see and hear some of the best artists in the country—right here in Central Florida. I encourage you to explore our website and reach out to our faculty to ask any questions you may have.
The UCF School of Performing Arts. The building consists of a Main Stage theater, a Black Box theater, and Theatre UCF’s costume and scenic shops. The box office in this building is open two hours prior to theatre performances. Patron parking for performances is in parking lot D1.