By Sarah DeLappe
Directed by Aubrey Snowden
April 12th - 16th, 2018
#25 – Kathryn Brown
Kathryn is a first year Dramatic Arts major here at UNC. This is her first production with KTC, and could not be fonder of the memories she has created with this strong female driven production. Her previous theater credits at UNC include Pauper Players’ production of Rocky Horror Picture Show as Frank-N-Furter, Chicago as Matron Mama Morton, and Bridal Party of Five as Pamela. She would like to thank the beautiful, powerful, dedicated babes in her life that have motivated her to be the best woman she can possibly be. Shout out to Aubrey Snowden for being her soul sister and for keeping these ladies on their toes. If you didn’t bring her flowers, tell her a joke, she’ll really appreciate it.
#11 – Aubree Dixon
Aubree is ecstatic to bring #11 to life in this production of the Wolves! Some past credits include Legally Blonde the Musical (Pilar), Seussical the Musical (Gertrude), Twelfth Night (Olivia), and For Colored Girls (Lady in Orange). Aubree would like to thank her friends and family for putting up with her theater obsession even though they are NOT theater people, the cast and crew for all of the laughs and random sobbing, and the incredibly talented (and possibly insane) Aubrey Snowden for pushing her to grow as a performer and as a person. If the future truly is female, then the future looks bright indeed.
#7 – Kaitlyn Ave'Lallemant
Kaitlyn is a graduating senior and could not have thought of a better way to close out her college theatre career than with the hilarious and heartbreaking story of Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves. Thank you to all the wonderful women in her life (her sisters, mother, friends, and this cast), and a special thanks to her fabulously supportive and spicy director, Aubrey Snowden, for challenging her with the role of #7.
#46 – Caroline Robinson
Caroline is thrilled to bring The Wolves to life as #46 with her incredible fellow cast (team) members. She is a junior dramatic art and communication studies double major. Caroline is also involved with other theatre companies around campus by performing in and sound designing for various shows and publicizing for LAB! Theatre. This semester, she has performed in Company Carolina’s production of The Vagina Monologues, and sound designed for Company Carolina’s production of A View from the Bridge and LAB! Theatre’s production of Constellations. She would like to thank Aubrey for her guidance, contagious goofiness, leadership, and strength. Caroline would also like to thank her parents for their unconditional support and love.
#2 - Harper Cleland
Harper is pumped for her final show as an undergrad! She is a senior dramatic arts major and will move to Orlando in the fall to work at Disney World! Some previous credits include The Cherry Orchard (Firs), Oklahoma! (Ado Annie), The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet van de Graaff), and The Little Shop of Horrors (Crystal). Harper would like to give a shout-out to her friends and family for always supporting her crazy dreams, and to the cast, crew, and Aubrey for believing in her and putting up with her complete lack of athleticism. NEDA helpline: (800)-931-2237
MOM - Jeri Lynn Schulke
Jeri Lynn is the Engagement Associate at PlayMakers Repertory Company. She spent five seasons as the Producing Artistic Director at ArtsCenter Stage and four years as the Director of the Youth Performing Arts Conservatory. In addition, she’s been an acting teacher and coach, a casting director for a media start up and, back in the day, the House Manager at Circle Rep. She received her MFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has appeared in productions with Burning Coal, Justice Theatre Project, Deep Dish, StreetSigns, ArtsCenter Stage, Temple Theatre, Flying Machine, Hidden Voices, Theater Or, Hot Summer Nights, and, while a student, at PlayMakers. She is incredibly flattered to be sharing the stage with such an amazing cast.
#00 – Elizabeth Durham
Elizabeth is honored to share the stage with her fellow wolves! She is a first-year Business and Dramatic Arts double major. Some previous university credits include KTC’s Antigonick (Antigone), Pauper Player’s production of Rocky Horror, and Playmaker’s Tartuffe (u/s). Elizabeth thanks her family, Connor, KTC, and her wonderful friends for their support, but mostly her mom for encouraging her to pursue acting and constantly reminding her to stand up straight on stage. She would also like to thank the crew for their hard work and Aubrey for her infinite guidance, goofiness, and passion (and talent!) for directing. Working with these 9 wonderful women has been an absolute gift. Go Wolves!!
#8 - Kayla Brown
Kayla is super excited for her second show with KTC! She is a first-year dramatic arts major and is extremely thankful to end her first year at Carolina with Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves. A few of her previous credits include Almost, Maine (Rhonda), Antigonick (Ismene), and The Vagina Monologues (Narrator). Kayla would like to thank her family, Andrew, all of her wonderful friends, and the incredible cast & crew of The Wolves for showing her so much love and support. Kayla would also like to thank Aubrey for casting her in such a beautiful and powerful show and trusting her with the wacky yet dynamic role that is #8. Go Wolves!
#13 – Mckenzie Wilson
Mckenzie is so happy to join The Wolves for her final undergrad production. She sends lots of love and thanks to her friends, Mom, MeMe, and all the women who have inspired and supported her. And, of course, thank you to the cast+crew for bringing together this BAMF story here and now. Aubrey, thank you for your patience and zest+funk+flavor – it has helped us all find our own throughout this process and beyond! Woman power forever! “We are always the same age inside.”
#14 - Gabriela Frazelle
Gabriela is so grateful for the chance to perform in The Wolves. As a graduating senior, she could not have picked a better show for her final bow as a UNC undergrad. Some past credits include: Elephant’s Graveyard, Columbinus, Me Too Monologues, and Romeo and Juliet. She would like to thank: Andrew, Kate, and Glynis for being her team; Aubrey for being a phenomenal woman; and UNC for sending her an acceptance letter.