Strindberg's Women

Strindberg's Women

2 no. saves icon · Fringe Theatre, Modern

Strindberg’s Women is an electrifying double bill that explores class and gender conflict, social tensions, marital betrayal, personal revenge, morality, and the idealization and degradation of women.

Overview

MISS JULIE

In a contemporary reworking of the famous tragedy, a drunken party at a country estate leads a young woman to enter into a tumultuous affair with her father’s soon-to-be married employee. Her longing to experience love and break free from conservative convention sets in motion a calamitous sequence of events leading her to confront the brutal truth of her reality—for the first time in her life she concedes there is only one way she can escape.

CREDITORS

An intemperate intermingling of art, love and revenge. In a society where opportunity and convenience prevails, one ambitious woman stands up for autonomy in face of losing her dignity. Her refusal to settle for convention gives birth to a deceptive game between two men in their pursuit for control.

Date & time

Show ended
Tue 30 May - Sun 4 Jun, 6.30pm & 7.30pm

Venue

265 Camden High Street, London NW1 7BU London, UK · Get Directions

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