By Theo Scholefield
Directed by Nancy Medina
Jordan is fit, strong and agile. He's used to taking control and getting his way. That's how he got through school - where he first met the love of his life - and through basic training. Out in the desert, in an overheating army barracks, Jordan and Dean form an unlikely, doomed brotherhood. But when Jordan is forced to return to his hometown with an injured leg, he finds that the real fight is on his doorstep, and the real wilderness is in his head.
Dogtag is a brutal, time-bending new play about family, power, and the lengths you'll go to get what you want.
This production is part of the Theatre West's season of plays all kick-started by the notion of Moving On and will be preceded by a ten minute play:
6 - 10 Oct Colonies by Ben Callon
13 - 17 Oct Aled by Tabitha Dalton
Theo Scholefield is a London-born playwright who graduated from Bristol University last year. His previous plays include Trace and Little Waves, both of which received readings at Bristol Old Vic where Theo is writer on attachment.
Hamilton House, Coexist Event Space (View)
80 Stokes Croft
Bristol BS1 3QY
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|