Lewis invites his estranged sister Dana on a trip to Rome to reconnect. But when he befriends a beautiful stranger, old wounds fester and intimate secrets are revealed. A dark, contemplative world premiere from the Studio Theatre commissioned playwright Rachel Bonds.
Studio Lab presents scaled back productions of world premiere plays, giving playwrights in residence the ability to work in an environment of collaboration and discovery.
This excellent play by Rachel Bonds allows a tale to breathe and find its own unique path. Director Mike Donahue seems to have an infallible touch ... with sharply intuitive direction of four profoundly well-cast actors.
First-rate acting and directing! The gifted Rachel Bonds has a unique sensitivity to dialogue and modern locutions.
An exceedingly relevant piece of contemporary theatre.
Rachel Bonds’ The Wolfe Twins explores intimacy and its loss. In the wake of their father’s death, Lewis invites his sister Dana on a vacation to Italy, hoping to reconnect. But when they encounter Raina, a magnetic fellow traveler, the once-inseparable siblings start to reckon with the ways they’ve grown apart, and grapple with what they do and don’t know about each other as adults.Read More
On September 15, playwright Rachel Bonds and director Mike Donahue, along with their cast and production team, began rehearsals for the world premiere of The Wolfe Twins in Studio Lab. The Wolfe Twins is Bonds’s intimate drama about adult siblings reconnecting on vacation.Read More