Dramsoc presents Jungle
In this dystopian adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s beloved children’s tale The Jungle Book, the Jungle becomes the walled ghetto of the government’s solution program crowded with social outcasts. When the murder of baby Mowgli’s parents leaves him being raised among the exiled underclass, his life becomes inevitably tied up in social struggle and revenge.
- Strobe Lighting is used during this performance.
- Contains strong language.
|Directed by||Matt Lister & Emily Roberts|
|Produced by||Ben Dallyn|
|Written By||Emily Roberts & Matt Lister|
|Stage Manager||Simon Barnes & James Box|
|Chief Electrician||Jeremy Dalton and Rory Lucas|
|Deputy Stage Manager||Sophie Slater|
|Sound Designer: Charlie Simpson
Sound Engineer: Tim Rye