One thing adults tend to forget as their teenage years become more of a distant memory is that small, seemingly insignificant things at that age can mean a lot to the people experiencing them. Interactions that seem banal on the surface can have a huge effect on people as they age. In The Wolves, the innocuous setting is Saturday soccer practice and the topics are genocide, menstrual cycles, drugs, boys, literature, and each other. The play, taking place over six weeks of practice for nine of the players, offers insight into how substantial these little moments can be. Sarah Delappe's script — a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize — is staged at the University of Pittsburgh's Richard E. Rauh Studio Theatre.