Ben Brantley, New York Times
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The Millers (Sienna and Jonny Lee) star in the story of a spoiled rich girl whose relations with her family's servants expose the cruelty of the class divide in After Miss Julie.
This adaptation of August Strindberg's Miss Julie moves the action of a play to 20th century England, at the celebration of the Labour Party's victory over the Tories in the General Election.
The play examines gender and class as manifested in the struggle between the young, willful aristocrat Julie and her status-obsessed servant.
Previews from: 18th September 2009
Opens: 22nd October 2009
Limited engagement until: 6th December 2009
Audience: After Miss Julie is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards.
Run Time: One hour and 30 minutes, without intermission
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* 7pm curtain October 27 - November 6
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