Wed, 29 July 2015
By August Strindberg
Directed by Aliza Feder
Miss Julie is one of Strindberg's early, "Naturalistic" plays. Set against the backdrop of the Midsummer Eve holiday, the drama explores the intersection of class, power and sex. There are three speaking parts - Miss Julie, daughter of a nobleman (age 18-26), Jean, the valet (age 30-40) and the cook, Kristin (age 3-40). There are non-speaking roles (as peasants and other servants) for all ages.
Produced by Fermat's Last Theater Company at Fredric March Play Circle, UW Memorial Union
Performances: July 30 - August 9, 2015
Ticket Prices: $10
Call 608-265-4206 for reservations or more information.