MISS JULIE

Genre: Drama
©
August Strindberg

"Midsummer Eve! A time of innocent fun!" But when a rebellious young aristocrat seduces her father's valet, the evening becomes anything but. As the drama unfolds his pair of improbable lovers become increasingly more deperate as the counts arrival looms and the valet's fiance awakens. Mhari Sandoval directs a laconic production of Strindberg's misogynistic masterpiece, which proves "there is never a shortage of love, even if it doesn't last long". Lighting Design by Alyssa Humphries, publicity design by Shannon O'Brien.
Open:   04/12/06
Close:   04/15/06

Schedule:
8:00 PM all nights
Theater:   Workshop Theater
Address:   312 West 36th Street
New York, NY
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(Take the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E trains to 34th Street)

Cost:$15.00
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Company: Paul/sheryl Productions         Official Web Site: www.geocities.com/beeltea
*Rachel Hollon (Julie) New York: Pieces (Dodger Stages) Green (Hot Ink Festival) Regional: Comedy of Errors, Lend Me a Tenor (American Stage Festival) Misalliance, and School for Scandal. Other Theatre: Loveliest Afternoon of the Year and Interview at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Pyriah (The Byre Theatre) Rachel holds a BFA from Baylor University and a Masters of Literature from St. Andrews University in Scotland.
*Brad Lee Thomason (Jean) New York: The Fashionable Predjudice (Metropolitan Playhouse) Glace Bay Miner's Museum (The Workshop Theatre) The Comedy of Errors, Julius Caeser, The Taming of the Shrew (Genesis Rep) Regional: The Tempest, Of Mice and Men (Arkansas Repertory Theatre) The Moustrap, Night of the Iguana, The Long Goodbye (Dorset Theatre Festival) The English Lesson (Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey) Julius Caser, Comedy of Errors, Blood Wedding (The Warehouse Theatre) Twelfth Night (New Harmony Theatre). Brad holds a BFA in Theatre from Baylor University.