by Jethro Compton
inspired by the novel by Jack London
1898. Northwestern Canada. Deep in the forests of the Yukon Territory. After the massacre of her tribe, a young girl is rescued from the snow by an old huntsman from a nearby settlement who offers shelter and the strength to survive. Torn from centuries of tradition, facing a new and violent land, she struggles to find her path in the world. An outsider to all, she discovers hope in the friendship of an abandoned wolf, White Fang. With this newfound alliance, the two unite with the land, learning the ways of her ancestors. Lethal with blade and bow, there are few who can match her skill in the wild. But when the time comes, and she faces the greatest challenge of all, will these skills be enough to make a difference? Will the be enough to survive?
An epic story of love, loss and redemption – red-written in the snow – from Jethro Compton, writer and director of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Based on the classic novel by Jack London, author of The Call of the Wild and The Sea Wolf, this exciting world-premiere co-production with UK-based Jethro Compton Productions will transfer directly from freeFall to London.
Presenting Sponsor: Bill Ward
Show Sponsor: Michael Miller & Bob Jenkins