by August Strindberg
At the bottom there isn’t that much difference between people and – people. Miss Julie owns Jean. Or rather, Miss Julie’s father owns Jean. On the eve of the midsummer festival, two twenty-year-old kids take turns demolishing class, society, and each other. Beyond sex, beyond manipulation, Strindberg’s powerful depiction of passion and desire reveals what people are truly capable of. Join us for the turn-of-the-century European naturalism made famous by this giant.
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