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Miss Julie, by August Strindberg, adapted by Tessa Hart. Review by Joanna Lally.
The life of Miss Julie, the play and central character, casts its politics in various places. The sexual relations between Miss Julie and her father’s servant John reflect a class struggle that has refused, over more than a century, to die out.
In the past few years we have seen her in Patrick Marber’s reworking, After Miss Julie (revived at the Young Vic in 2012), set in an English country house amid the landslide Labour election in 1945, and again in Yael Farber’s brilliant adaptation Mies Julie, in which Farber interprets the action through the lens of post-apartheid South Africa. And now, in May 2015, as election fever hits most theatre venues across Britain, it is this modern classic by August Strindberg, redressed for contemporary audiences, which…
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