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Dates: 23/11/1989 - 17/05/1990

Location: The Wharf Studio, Sydney & Universal, Melbourne

Group devised

Presented by Theatre of the Deaf

 Wolfgirl Sofya Gollan
 Daughter Kimberley Pickering
 Woldman Mike Canfield
 Mother Carol-Lee Acquiline
 Mr Bird  Wayne Borg
Director Carol-Lee Acquiline
Director Margaret Davis
Design John Senczuk
Dramaturg Tony Strachan


Bellamy, Louise, "Deafness no hinderance", The Age, 17 May 1990


It is a complex account of female sexuality, of the passage from child to woman, of the threat from within the female psyche as well as from the external masculine potential for violence. ... The result is powerful ... the effect generated is moving, powerful and sometimes comic. ... This talented, innovative company has much to offer deaf and hearing audiences.
     Helen Thomson, Sun Herald 27 May 1990

.... Visual, potent and exciting piece of theatre.
     Western Independent
 8 May 1990

The most striking thing about Wolfmoon is its visual impact. ...
   Dianne Currier, Beat Magazine 23 May 1990

The multi-layered symbolism in a fascinating and very attractive work is underscored by the hidden depths and inner recesses of a beautifully evocative set designed by John Senczuk.
     Geoffrey Milne, The Herald 23 May 1990

... a bold, mature and striking production ... with invaluable help from John Senczuk's excellent design ... created something visually stimulating and satisfying ...
     Frank Gauntlett