1898. North-Western Canada. Deep in the forests of the Yukon Territory.
After the massacre of her tribe, a young girl is rescued from the snow by an old huntsman from a nearby settlement who offers shelter and the strength to survive. Torn from centuries of tradition, facing a new and violent land, she struggles to find her path in the world. An outsider to all, she discovers hope in the friendship of an abandoned wolf, White Fang.
With this newfound alliance, the two unite with the land, learning the ways of her ancestors. Lethal with blade and bow, there are few who can match her skill in the wild. But when the time comes and she faces her greatest challenge of all, the threat of assimilation and the extinction of her identity, will these skills be enough to make a difference? Will they be enough to survive?
An epic story of love, loss, and redemption – red-written in the snow.
Inspired by the classic novel from Jack London, author of The Call of the Wild.
Lyzbet Scott: Jen Diaz
Weedon Scott: Michael Mahoney
Curly: Hannah Benitez
Beauty Smith: Alan Mohney Jr.
Tom Vincent: Daniel Schwab
Henry Griffith: Robert Johnston
Lyzbet Scott: Mariska Ariya
Weedon Scott: Robert G Slade
Curly: Bebe Sanders
Beauty Smith: Paul Albertson
Tom Vincent: Jonathan Mathews
Henry Griffith: Danny Mahoney
Opening under the title White Fang, this production was a co-production with
freeFall Theatre in Saint Petersburg, Florida, where it was first staged in the fall of 2017,
and in association with Worthing Theatres, where it previewed before its opening
in London at Park Theatre in December 2017.
Director and Set Designer: Jethro Compton
Puppetry Director: James Silson
Associate Director: Ellie Gauge
Original Soundtrack by Jonny Sims
Original Songs by Gavin Whitworth
Original Song Lyrics by Jethro Compton
Original Song Arrangements by Michael Raabe
Costume Designer: Adrin Puente
Lighting Designer: Julian McCready
Sound Designer: Juan Coolio
Puppetry Designer: Eric Davis
Musical Director (USA): Michael Raabe
Musical Director (UK): Gavin Whitworth
Dramaturgs: Timothy Saunders and Oliver Kassman
Assistant Director: Jessica Knight
Casting Director (UK): Becky Paris