To celebrate their anniversary, Sam surprises his wife Vera by bringing her back to the spot of their rural honeymoon fifty years ago. Now surrounded by parking lots and software buildings, Vera is shocked to discover that the once charming bed and breakfast has transformed into the last place on earth she wants to be. When Sam has an unexpected heart attack, Vera is hopelessly stuck. A strange visitor and the arrival of her daughters force her to reevaluate the sum of her life and the relationship she has formed with her family.
Like Wolves is a black comedy about a marriage, dreams, choices, and finally letting go.
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“Laborde’s writing hints at an almost poetic brilliance.” — Toronto Sun
About the Author
Rosa Laborde is a critically acclaimed Chilean-Canadian playwright, screenwriter, director and actor. A finalist for Canada’s Governor General’s Literary Award, a Dora Mavor Moore award and a Canadian Screen Award, she has also received the K.M. Hunter Award for Theatre. Rosa is a graduate of both the Oxford School of Drama in England and the Canadian Film Centre and is currently playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre and Aluna Theatre. Her plays have been produced throughout Canada and include: True, Like Wolves, Hush, Leo, Sugar and The Source. Rosa’s most recent television writing credits include HBO Canada’s Sensitive Skin and Five Eyes (a one-hour CBC intelligence thriller created by Paul Gross and John Krizanc) and Killing It, with creator Susan Coyne, also on CBC.