MISS JULIE (THEATRE PLAY BY AUGUST STRINDBERG)

Genre: Drama

QUOTES FROM THE PRESS:

'After a successful run in 2011 with five stars reviews, Vagabond
Productions returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with Miss Julie. 'The
issues Strindberg explores are still sadly relevant today. All round,
a fabulous production and one of the best pieces of theatre I've seen
at this year's Fringe' (BroadwayBaby.com)

'Directed by BAFTA Award-winner Andrew Dallmeyer this international co-
production is 'an absolutely captivating production of one of
Strindberg's best-loved plays' (BroadwayBaby.com).

'Many actors at the Fringe are good, a handful are exceptional. The cast of 'Miss
Julie' (Bart Vanlaere and Louise Seyffert) are undoubtedly exceptional,
with two having won Best of the Fest awards in the past' (ThreeWeeks).


'This intense, 1888 drama, an upstairs-downstairs with a passion
about the taboo of sex between the upper and lower classes has lost
none of its impact in the ostensibly classless 21st century in the
hands of Vagabond Productions, ...it's an expose of hyprocrisy, a
small tour de force that rips down any veneer of respectability in
the upper classes' (EdinburghGuide.com).

"The cast handles these tricky interactions and emotions with
incredible skill and authenticity. Bart Vanlaere is outstandingly
sinister as Jean, captivating in his transformation from syncophantic
lover to jaded bully. Louise Seyffert's Miss Julie is frivolous and
flippant, with no understanding that actions have consequences. The
audience's sympathies were torn between the two as we followed their
battle to rise above each other, our heads snapping back and forth as
if we were at Wimbledon' (BroadwayBaby.com).

'The story is told well; the energy of the Valet, Jean (played by
Bart VanLaere), carried the production. Displaying impressive
storytelling ability, VanLaere drew us into the 19th century world
where class and gossip dominate. To make an alien world seem familiar
is a rare talent and VanLaere was complimented in this regard by
Louise Seyffert's performance as Miss Julie. Wonderfully flighty and
skittish in the first half, Seyffert's transition to a broken woman
was poignant and touching' (Audience review)

'The play still poses important questions about contemporary relationships'
(ThreeWeeks).

'All round, a fabulous production
and one of the best pieces of theatre
I've seen at this year's Fringe'.
(Ian Winterton/BroadwayBaby.com)

'the play still poses important questions about
contemporary relationships. Many actors at the Fringe are good, a
handful are exceptional. the cast of 'Miss Julie' are undoubtedly
exceptional, with two having won Best of the Fest awards in the
past. directed by Scottish BAFTA award-winner Andrew Dallmeyer,
there is more palpable emotion in this production than in half the
Fringe guide. ' (ThreeWeeks)


For more information please visit www.vagabondproductions.weebly.com


Arts.Theatre

Open:   01/17/13
Close:   01/27/13

Schedule:
01/17/13- 8:00:00
01/18/13- 8:00:00
01/19/13- 3:00:00
01/19/13- 3:00:00
01/19/13- 8:00:00
01/20/13- 8:00:00
01/20/13- 3:00:00
01/24/13- 8:00:00
01/25/13- 8:00:00
01/26/13- 8:00:00
01/26/13- 3:00:00
01/27/13- 3:00:00
Theater:   The Drilling Company Theater
Address:   236 W. 78th Street
New York, NY 10024
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Cost:$0
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006