""Wolf"" is the first original play written by Amy-Jane Ollies. First performed as part of 1956 Theatre's Manchester Repertory Season and now available for performance (providing permission has been granted by the author). The play explores the lives and intertwining relationships of eleven characters - each battling with their own personal demons. Using the old adage from Aesop's famous fable 'the boy who cried wolf' - the play works around the idea that there is a distinct lack of truth at the heart of each relationship and as the drama unfolds the writing serves as a sharp reminder of the fate that can become those who tell lies...
Set in Manchester, 1998.