Written by Kirk Lynn
Directed by Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux
Bobert, a lost and desperate runaway, falls in with a group of young, wild squatters, occupying foreclosed homes and shoplifting beer at the local Speedy Stop. Bobert wants to make one more trip back home to retrieve his little brother, Timmy, but he’s not sure if his new friends are really all that safe. An older girl, Angel, has taken Bobert under her wing, but some of other squatters are getting more violent and claiming to be werewolves, as a local cop closes in on the pack of runaways, trying to put an end to their anarchy.
WALK-UPS ARE WELCOME!
Seating will be on a first come, first serve basis!
MEET THE WRITER & DIRECTOR
Kirk Lynn is a novelist and playwright living in Austin, TX with his wife, the poet Carrie Fountain, and their children, Olive and Judah. Kirk is one of five artistic directors of the Rude Mechs theatre collective. With the Rudes Kirk has written and adapted many plays, including “Lipstick Traces,” “Method Gun,” and “Not Every Mountain,” which will be in the 2019 Fusebox Festival. Kirk’s solo show, “The Cold Record,” tells the story of a twelve year old boy who tries to set the record for the most days coming home from school with a fever and falls in love with the school nurse. “The Cold Record” was in the 2019 Under the Radar Festival and will tour the world this summer. And Kirk is at work on a new novel, The Vow, about man who takes a vow of silence on a whim, without first talking to his wife or employer, as the man finds a greater sense of inner peace, his life falls apart around him.
Toronto based filmmaker Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux grew up playing drums in crappy punk bands and making ground-zero youth culture documentaries on underground streetball (The Notic Mixtapes), rebel skateboard crews (Film Fatties) and illegal cliff-jumpers (Cliff Notes), all while studying narrative storytelling as an award-winning television and feature film editor.
His narrative music video work (especially in collaboration with his friends in the punk band PUP) has garnered multiple Video of the Year awards, MMVA / UKMVA and Juno nominations, a spot on Rolling Stone’s top 5 videos of the year, as well as in the Cannes Lions New Directors’ Showcase.
Rules For Werewolves will be his debut feature film.
Meet the Cast!
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Marianna Moron Garcia
Clerk/Roger/Homeless Man/Old Timer