Playwright: John Hodge
Director: Matt Holland
Student Groups: Second Year, Group 2


Collaborators by John Hodge (Trainspotting)

Inspired by historical fact, Collaborators is a surreal fantasy where dissident Soviet writer Mikhail Bulgakov is coerced to write a play for Joseph Stalin. When Bulgakov and Stalin make an unlikely friendship, Bulgakov must confront his corruption.

Collaborators is a dark comedy about the impossible choices facing any artist in a dictatorship. Performed by the second year students, and directed by Matt Holland

Wednesday October 5th to Saturday October 8th at 8 pm

“[A] gripping, disturbing, and often blackly comic drama . . . [Collaborators] breaks the surly bonds of realism, which is perhaps the only way to tackle the monstrous cruelty and terror of Stalin’s regime . . . a truly tremendous double act which thrills, chills, and makes you laugh out loud—even though you know you shouldn’t.” —The Daily Telegraph

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Performance Dates:
  • Wednesday October 5th to Saturday October 8th at 8 pm

Last Modified: October 4, 2022