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William & Mary Opens Its Theatre Season With Production Of “The Wolves” October 7-10

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WILLIAMSBURG-The College of William & Mary will bring back live performances to The Kimball Theatre with a production of “The Wolves” Thursday, October 7 through Sunday, October 10.

“The Wolves,” written by Sarah DeLappe and directed by Laurie Wolf, chair of the college’s Department of Theatre, Speech, and Dance, tells the tale of a high school girls’ indoor soccer team as they face big questions in life during pre-game warmups.

Performances of the play will be at 7:30pm October 7-9 and at 2pm on October 10. For ticket information, visit www.wm.edu/boxoffice.

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