Playbill, January 2017 — For a playwright who has received the highest praise from critics, Ike Holter is disarmingly modest. “I’m pretty dumb,” the 30-year-old Chicagoan says, struggling to explain how he writes his riveting dialogue. “I have no way of saying how it comes out.” Dumb? Really? That’s just about the last thing you’d say after watching one of Holter’s plays. To read the rest of the article about Ike Holter and his play The Wolf at the End of the Block at Teatro Vista, visit Playbill.