Miss Julie


Written by August Strindberg

Adapted by Kelsey Egan and Jack Lienke

Directed by Rebecca Holderness

An adaptation of Strindberg’s 1888 naturalistic tragedy. When Miss Julie, the daughter of a count, is inexplicably drawn to a servant in her father’s household, she is forced to reckon with questions about her nature and her place in society. Man vs. Woman, Modernity vs. Tradition, and Nature vs. Society. What more could an audience possibly want? 

PRESS AND REVIEWS:

With 1888’s Miss Julie, Strindberg First Voices Many Truths of Modern-Day Drama by Alan R. Hall for CVNC

Last-minute wrinkles in a grand design? Our critic puzzles: Is Burning Coal’s Miss Julie a flawed masterpiece? by Byron Woods for IndyWeek