Miss Julie by August Strindberg. Presented by the Online Stage.
Miss Julie is probably the most famous play by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg, one of the founding fathers of naturalistic theater. In this claustrophobic drama, the interplay between social order and individual identity is explored in great detail. At the end the aristocratic Julie, goaded by her manipulative manservant, John, is faced with the ultimate decision: independence or annihilation.
Cast: Amanda Friday as Julie; Ed Humpal as John; Eileen Tipping as Christine.
Stage directions read by Denis Daly.
Music and sound effects provided and prepared by Ed Humpal and Eileen Tipping.
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- Anonymous User
Quicker than reading the play
Great way to hear the play without having to read it much quicker. But the performances were really poor which didn't make it too easy a listen.