Jan 26| 3:30 pm| 150/-
Miss Julie, full-length play in one act by August Strindberg, substitutes such interludes as a peasant dance and a pantomime for the conventional divisions of acts, scenes, and intermissions.
Julie, an aristocratic young woman, has a brief affair with Jean, her father’s valet. After the sexual thrill has dissipated, they realize that they have little or nothing in common. Heredity, combined with social and psychological factors, has determined their futures. Strindberg portrays Julie as an aristocrat whose era has passed and Jean as an opportunistic social climber to whom the future beckons.
August Strindberg /Sumateendra Nadig
Amit J Reddy
Sankalpa Ranga Tanda, Mysore