Welcome to our 2017 journey


Our first ever season

We are ready for something big. After 3 years Wolf Manor would like to share with you our most ambitious projects to date. With four shows scheduled in the upcoming year we would like to invite you to share in our study on the human experience, and primarily our need for attention, affection and acceptance.

danny and the deep blue sea by john patrick shanley

January 13th - 22nd 2016
Playing at The Imperial Pub, ROUND Venue
Starring Bria McLaughlin as Roberta & Dylan Brenton as Danny
Directed by Anthony Perpure
Music by James Karfilis

Shanley's troubling tale of love takes on the form of a touring punk band in three bars during the bitter months of the winter. Feel the world drown around Roberta & Danny as the two ravished souls seek for something beyond dejected lives in a crumbling city before  they too are swallowed up.



March 15th - 26th
Kensington Hall
Directed by Mallory Fisher
Starring Adrian Shepherd-Gawinski*, Arinea Hermans*, Christina Fox, Dana Puddicombe*, Jordin Hall, Kaleb Horn, Meghan Greeley, Nikolas Nikita, Scott McCulloch*

Anton Chekhov’s turn-of-the-century domestic drama focuses on three sisters who struggle with the boredom of a provincial Russian garrison town, and desire to return to Moscow in order to escape the familial claustrophobia. Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters is a sweeping exploration of vanquished desire, family, death, and legacy. We reimagine this classic in a gender-fluid dreamscape. By exploring unconventional casting, we redefine and explore contemporary relevance amongst the timeless story.

**Appear with permission of Canadian Actors Equity Association under the Artist Collective Policy.


MAY 2017
Directed by Dylan Brenton
Site Specific venue TBA

Remount of our inaugural performance. A larger scale, newly invigorated look at our ambitious first undertaking. Using the same concepts and exploration but running even deeper down the rabbit hole. 5 actors will take on over 40 roles to put the 33 wounds into 1 ruler.
For Information on auditions, locations and more please contact us.


DEC 2017

This production is aiming to unify the lethal language of Shakespeare's epic classic and the development of Hip-Hop culture in North America.
We are looking for directors & artists with interest in both subjects eager to explore and build a unique world in which to play.
Cast size is restricted between 5 and 9 actors. This show will be performed at a (or several) site specific venue(s) which speak to the nature of our story.
Artistic Director, Dylan Brenton will assist in a dramaturgical capacity as we cultivate the show.
Directors are asked to prepare a brief conceptual synopsis and propose potential venues for the work in their submission. We will aim to see as many applicants as possible. Note that our goal as company is to generate increasing amounts of work for female identifying artists, and we are mandated to increase the ethnic diversity or professional and emerging artists working in Canadian Theatre
Submit to director@wolfmanortheatre.ca