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By August Strindberg
It is 1894 and a Midsummer night's celebration of wine and beer lets loose inhibitions and inner passions. Miss Julie, the Count's daughter, feels trapped and alone. Downstairs in the servant's kitchen, Jean is feeling restless. When they meet a passion is ignited that soon spirals out of control.
>>> Kristin, the young cook and Jean's fiancé, brings with her the moral attitudes and beliefs of her class. So when she discovers that all might not be as it seems how will she react?
>>> Strindberg's masterpiece caused a scandal when it was first produced and has been hugely popular ever since. It is a searingly honest portrait of the class system and human sexuality when compelling emotions know no bounds. Come along and be engrossed throughout until the final fateful scene.
Directed by: Suzanne Harris
Miss Julie: Clare Elizabeth Mcnamara-Ledger
Jean: Stephen Malyon
Kristen: Louise Ody
Musicians: Barbara Timoney; Karen Friett; Andre Lingu & Rob Mitchell's Irish Band and some raucous singing.
Ensemble: Jill Ody; Clive Madel; Curtis Bapiar; Lesley Bauckham; Brenda Joyce and Geraldine Mullins.
The Edward Alderton Theatre is a non-professional performance venue in Bexleyheath, Kent, founded in 1976. It has a raked auditorium seating 74, a proscenium stage, a fully licensed bar, a deaf loop, toilets and free onsite parking. Smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere on the premises. Performances commence at 8pm. Social evenings are held every Wednesday from 9pm, except during show weeks. Non-members welcome.
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