Wolf Pack Theatre Company has found a new home at the Cora B. Woods Center in Brentwood Maryland.
After almost five years of being nomads, Wolf Pack Theatre Company will be moving into the Cora B. Woods Center, 3601 Taylor St., Brentwood Maryland. Forging a unique partnership with Community Crisis Services Inc., this move will allow Wolf Pack the opportunity to continue bringing award-winning theater to the region while helping those in crisis. Wolf Pack has designated Community Crisis Services Inc. as the singular charitable agency for 2019, and a portion of every ticket sold will directly benefit survivors of domestic violence, those who are homeless and those suffering from thoughts of suicide.
Featuring an intimate black box style theater space, the Cora B. Woods Center is located just minutes from the Washington D.C. border. The space will allow both Wolf Pack and Community Crisis Services Inc. the opportunity to expand programming including theater training, suicide awareness training and smaller conferences or events.
Scheduled Wolf Pack productions include Dog Sees God by Bert V. Royal, (May 2-18), Hand to God by Robert Askins (July 5-20), GhostLight by William Leary (August 22-September 7), The Rocky Horror Show, music, lyrics and book by Richard O’Brien (October 31-November 16) and A Christmas Carol in December of 2019. Wolf Pack will still produce Next to Normal – book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, music by Tom Kitt at the Greenbelt Arts Center September 27-October 13.
About Wolf Pack Theatre Company:
Founded in 2014, Wolf Pack Theatre Company brings fresh, innovative voices to the DC Metro region in an honest and socially conscious way. Wolf Pack is dedicated to allowing talented writers, actors, and designers the opportunity to express their point of view. A portion of each production’s proceeds will benefit a charitable organization decided upon by the writer, director, cast and crew.
About Community Crisis Services Inc.:
Community Crisis Services, Inc. (CCSI) has been serving individuals and families in crisis in Prince George’s County 24 hours per day, every day since 1970. In the community, we are often the first point of contact for individuals in crisis including domestic violence support including shelter, homeless services including shelter placement, suicide prevention/intervention counseling, disaster services, social service programs, to report child or adult abuse or simply seeking a compassionate listener.