SEPTEMBER 21 - 24, 2017

Performances

September 2009


Maria Sand plays Miss Julie in the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival

Miss Julie

by August Strindberg
adapted by Jens Bjørnebo
directed by Gianluca Iumiento
starring Maria Sand

Filmteatret

Oslo, Norway

An aristocratic woman and a lower class man locked in a war of survival. Shades of Williams' Streetcar can be traced right to Strindberg's cornerstone of Western drama.

Watching a play in a foreign language turns you super-sensitive to the actors' behavior so as to understand what's going on. What better way to follow the real action -- soul murder -- coursing beneath the polite conversation of an impulsive rich girl and her father's amtitious servant?

Strindberg's world masterpiece was Williams' inspiration. Let it be yours. The production comes from Norway and is performed in Norwegian (together with enough English to make the action clear.)

Norwegian stage star Maria Sand plays the title role in this sexy, nail-biting survival story.

Miss Julie

Amell Bazic and Maria Sand play rival lovers in Miss Julieby August Strindberg
adapted by Jens Bjørnebo
directed by Gianluca Iumiento
produced by Filmteatret

Featuring
Maria Sand as Miss Julie
Amell Bazic as Jean
Maria Grazia Di Meo as Kristin

Costume Design by Christina Ledang
Original Music by Brede Rørstad
Video and Projections by Siren Lauvdal Sirebak & Astrid Ledang

Miss Julie brought to you by Filmteatret Oslo Norway

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