A day will come when you might need to kill a wolf; a mad wolf out there, or a wolf inside of you...
A table-top puppet piece about a playwright that wants to write a happy play but he can't because Django, his main character, wants to kill himself. Exploring the possibilities of creativity within the constraints of isolation, theatre artists Ana Graham and Antonio Vega use hand-made puppets and found objects to create this uplifting show about depression that chronicles the misfortunes and adventures of Django and a three-legged dog. A multi-layered tale of despair, loyalty and hope featuring original music by Cristobal MarYn.
"Beautiful... small but mighty" ( New York Magazine, New York)
"An important reminder of the powers of connection" Whatever our circumstances, there is always an opportunity to develop our own story." (The Unforgettable Line, New York)
"An uplifting message of life and happiness for those who have wandered into the darkness of their own minds." (Entretenia, Mexico)