The Moon and The Wolf
Produced at Fordham University in the Whitebox Studio Theatre December 4-6th 2019
Created and Directed by: Kaylie Groff
Production Stage Manager: Nat Kelley DiMario
Scenic Design by: Annalee Tomanelli
Costume Design by: Andrew Connelly
Lighting Design by: Alex Alipio
Props Design by: Kylie Ramirez
Music by: Samantha Rizzo, Justice! Sommerville-Adair, Eliza Pagel
The Moon and The Wolf is a devised movement piece, created by my good friend, director and choreographer Kaylie Groff. It is an original myth, telling the origin and love story between the Wolf and the Moon, and the Sun who chases them to the end of the world. This show is incredibly close to my heart, and it has been one of the most artistically fulfilling, collaborative, processes I've had the pleasure of working on. Following our successful run at Fordham, we will be performing a technically scaled-down version in Central Park this summer before moving it to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Some of Moon and Wolf's most technically complicated moments came from a manually operated overhead projector, five kabuki drops, a Lyra hoop, and a two minute fight scene. Check out some calling highlights below!