Julie archiveIn the oppressive heat of Midsummer's Eve, Julie, daughter of the Lord, is drawn into a dangerous tryst with her father's butler, John. As the night wears on, the couple, from opposite ends of the social spectrum, dance, flirt and fight towards and explosive conclusion that will shake the existing order to its core. Suitable for fourteen years plus. Contains strong language. Miss Julie is regarded as August Strindberg's masterpiece, written at the height of his powers as a dramatist in the late nineteenth century. Zinnie Harris's new version heightens the social and sexual tension, relocating the play to central Scotland between the wars.


Andy Clark, Georgina Sowerby, Samantha Young


Author: Zinnie Harris
Producer: National Theatre of Scotland
Director: Zinnie Harris
Design: Lizzie Clachan
Lighting: Kai Fischer
Music: John Harris
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Julie (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1850469669. Details of all Julie archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0132555724

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8 Sep 06North Edinburgh Arts Centre

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