Ken Wolf


The story of angry playwright Jeff Fox who meets a giant, wise-cracking, sex-obsessed dog named Jesus who is sent down from Heaven to save him.


It is the Summer of 1969, and Mom has left with the five kids to live with her parents, and Dad is left with the Family dog, Missy, and that is when everything changed.


The story of a young woman who meets a homeless man who she believes to be her late father, and through her relationship with this homeless man, she heals her relationship with her mother, brother and boyfriend.


The story of therapist Mark Ryan, who himself suffers from conversion hysteria and PTSD, who falls in love with one of his patients.

KEN WOLF is the Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Manhattan Repertory Theatre and the author of over 20 plays including The Eyes of Love, The Match Game, and Conversations with Dog.

As a director, he has directed over 35 productions including Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream set in a mental institution and The Tempest, as a tribute to the late, great Jack (The King) Kirby. Recently, he wrote and performed in The People in My Hips, his one man show, the true story of how he developed severe PTSD and "People" in his hips from training in Yoga and how, over three years, he cured himself. The People in my Hips was hailed by Martin Denton of as being “unlike any theatre piece I have ever seen before.”

At Manhattan Repertory Theatre, since 2005, he has produced over 700 plays. He lives in Manhattan with Jennifer Pierro, Co-Founder of Manhattan Rep, and the Amazing Roma, the Wonder Dog.