By Christian Lollike based on the film by Lars Von Trier | Director Abigail Graham
Dogville is a crime drama set in a remote village in the Colorado mountains. Gunshots ring out in the valley as a woman arrives, apparently fleeing a group of gangsters. The villagers are persuaded to offer her sanctuary, but at a price; as the threat from both criminals and the police intensifies, the price rises. Adapted from the celebrated crime drama by controversial screenwriter Lars von Trier, this is a chilling fable that considers the human capacity for moral compromise, corruption, cruelty and vengeance.
For the fifth consecutive year Rose Bruford College's London Season of three productions will be presented at Stratford Circus Arts Centre.
The plays showcase the performance talent of the final year BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship students and the technical, artistic and management technical talents of final students from the School of Design, Management and Technical Arts.
Dogville is an external promotion by Rose Bruford College