Jack London’s classic tale, White Fang, comes to London’s Park Theatre this Christmas.
Written and directed by Jethro Compton (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Park Theatre), the production features vivid puppetry and original music in this story of an outcast and her lone wolf.
Set in 1898, Canada, White Fang tells the story of a young girl, who is rescued by an old huntsman after her tribe is massacred, and her struggles to adapt to a new environment.
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.
With the help of a lone wolf she must reconcile who she once was and who she now is.
White Fang will feature Mariska Ariya, Robert G. Slade, Bebe Sanders, Paul Albertson, Jonathan Mathews and Danny Mahoney in the cast.
The production first plays Worthing’s Connaught Theatre, Dec 7/8 before moving to London, running at the Park Theatre from December 13 – January 13.