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AFTER MISS JULIE: A STYLISHLY PRESENTED PERIOD PIECE

Patrick Marber’s AFTER MISS JULIE is a fascinating exercise in reinventing a classic and if the production playing as part of the Sydney Fringe is an imperfect rendering, it is nevertheless a watchable evening for both a Strinbergian like myself or like my friend, someone without the preconceptions of the initiated.  Presented in the close confines of The Sandstone Cottage in busy, noisy Spice Alley there is much to be said for being so near to the performers.  SPea Productions have taken this proximity seriously in their preparations and there is considerable charm and attraction in the period features of the show. Continue reading AFTER MISS JULIE: A STYLISHLY PRESENTED PERIOD PIECE

‘AFTER MISS JULIE’ BY PATRICK MARBER FOR SYDNEY FRINGE

WWII is over. Churchill has been ousted. Over a kitchen table, a battle of wits, class and sex rages on. Who will be the winner? Is there one?

AFTER MISS JULIE. Experience this famous battle-of-the-sexes play in the historic sandstone surrounds of the heritage listed venue, The Cottage. The perfect setting for this modern adaptation of the August Strindberg 1888 classic masterpiece.

This production, directed by Sean O’Riordan (The Wasp: Australian premiere Sydney Fringe, Troilus and Cressida: The Depot Theatre, Apples and Pears: Old 505 Theatre, Tidy Town of the Year: Old Fitz Theatre). Continue reading ‘AFTER MISS JULIE’ BY PATRICK MARBER FOR SYDNEY FRINGE