The Wolves chronicles six Saturday mornings in the lives of a girls’ high school indoor soccer team, The Wolves, as they prepare for their games each week. The nine girls converse about everything from genocide and menstrual cycles to drugs, boys, literature, and each other. The team members first seem indistinguishable as each is referred to by only her number, but each quickly becomes identifiable and different. The Wolves deal with love, loss, and identity in ways that real teenagers do. Pulitzer Prize finalist The Wolves is the debut play of playwright Sarah DeLappe.