White Wolf Theatre, freeFall Theatre and Jethro Compton Productions in association with Worthing Theatres and Park Theatre present the London Premiere of

White Fang

Written & Directed by Jethro Compton

Inspired by the novel by Jack London
A "poetic, feminist western: a drama of survival, identity and independence... a warming blaze of political passions" ★★★★ The Times
Nominated for 5 Offie Awards
Best Female - Mariska Ariya
Best Director - Jethro Compton
Best Sound - Juan Coolio
Best Set Designer - Jethro Compton
Best Costume Designer - Adrin Erra Puente 
1898. Canada. After the massacre of her tribe, a child is rescued by an old huntsman. Torn from centuries of tradition, struggling to find her path in the world, she soon discovers hope in the friendship of an abandoned wolf – swiftly learning the customs of her ancestors, becoming skilled in the ways of the wild. But when the time comes, will these skills be enough to survive?

An epic story of love and redemption from the team behind The Bunker Trilogy and the Park Theatre hit, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
"Lush and immersive... entirely original" ★★★★ The Stage
"Modern and refreshing... [a] bold and intrepid experience" ★★★★ LondonTheatre1
"A brilliant production" ★★★★ Upstaged Arts
"heartfelt drama... brings to light a story that should be more widely known" The Guardian
"Mariska Ariya gives a brilliant lead performance" Broadway World
"A big, bold idea... has a distinctly cinematic quality" Camden New Journal
"The puppetry (directed by James Silson) is inspired." UK Theatre
"An ambitious new production... a visual feast" Entertainment News
"an absorbing... piece of theatre" Reviews Hub
"Mariska Ariya is excellent as the fiery young Lyzbet" Morning Star
“The production is splendid… beautiful… terrific” Creative Loafing, Tampa Bay
“[The] production is splendid. Sharply directed by Compton, it takes place for the most part on this author/director/designer’s outstanding set of Weedon’s cabin home, and features stirring songs (music by Gavin Whitworth)” Creative Loafing, Tampa Bay
“Incredibly bold and imaginative… truly inventive” Tampa Bay Times
“This show makes astounding use of puppetry… and boasts an achingly beautiful soundtrack” Tampa Bay Times

An introduction from writer & director Jethro Compton