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Miss Julie

Miss Julie

About The Show

Preview Feb 13

Feb 15 – March 10

By August Strindberg

Translated by Frank McGuinness

Directed by Karina Aviva Benjamin


Witness a clandestine encounter of desire, lust and forbidden love in August Strindberg's MISS JULIE. On a Midsummer Night, the count's daughter, Julie, enters the kitchen, sparking a dangerous connection with the servant, Jean. As their illicit affair unfolds, Christine, another servant and Jean’s fiancé, quietly observes, leading to a shocking climax. Experience a naturalistic tragedy where class, sex and fate intertwine, as Julie and Jean spiral into a mesmerizing "dance of death" that will leave you spellbound.

The production of MISS JULIE contain a theme of suicide. It also features sexual assault, violence, animal slaughter, coarse language and alcohol consumption. This show is not suitable for audiences under the age of 14 due to content.

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