Mr. Wolf

By Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Genevieve de Mahy & Lauren Jackson

September 11 – October 13
In the Rectory of St. John’s Church, 3009 Greenmount Ave.

How do you find your place in a world in which you no longer belong?
When 15-year-old Theresa is miraculously returned to her parents after being abducted as a toddler, her family must reconcile the child they lost with the young woman they’ve found. Pulitzer finalist Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Gruesome Playground Injuries) unfurls Theresa’s new life, as she and her family struggle to make sense of a shattered past and an uncertain future in the wake of a parent’s worst nightmare.

CONTENT TRANSPARENCY:

This show contains a gunshot, suicide and references to suicide, emotional abuse of a minor, and references to missing children.

Don’t miss the show critics have called:

“A remarkable theatrical experience…you are in for infinite delights.” —Theatre Bloom

“Powerful, engaging… Mr. Wolf was a completely captivating performance…it transcends space and time.” —B.I.T.R. Sisters

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Community Efforts

The story told in Mr. Wolf is an anomaly. The reality of missing children in Baltimore and the country as a whole is very different than the sensationalized media stories of abductions by strangers. In an effort to highlight the reality of missing children cases and share the work being done by those who work in prevention, we have partnered with several non-theatre organizations for Mr. Wolf. These organizations work in the field of protecting and raising awareness about missing and exploited children both locally and nationally. Through these partnerships, SCT has created Carrot Conversations, a blog about our community partners and what we have been thinking about during the process of this show.

Stay tuned for information about facilitated discussions with our partners and a podcast to be released soon!

Click the Carrot Conversations button to learn more! Check back often to stay up to date on what we have been doing!

Partner Organizations

We have partnered with the organizations below, that work in the field of protecting and raising awareness about missing and exploited children both locally and nationally.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children operates as the nations clearing house and comprehensive reporting center for cases involving missing, abused, or exploited children. Their work includes the creation and curation of appropriate educational programs for people of all ages, as well as working with officers of the law to recover and profile missing children across the US.

TurnAround, Inc is a local organization that is working to build a community free of violence. They work closely with adults and children who have experienced intimate-partner or sexual abuse: addressing their needs, educating, and advocating. They Provide therapy, shelter, legal advocacy, case management, and much more to those who have survived abuse. They are celebrating their tenth year of advocacy and assistance this year!

If you need help or have something to report, call these numbers:

National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888

TurnAround Helpline for sexual assault and abuse 443-279-0379