Mademoiselle Julie

August Strindberg

20 - 29 September 2012 / 19:00, 19:45, 17:00
Theatre


Tickets:
£16 - 65

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Juliette Binoche
stars in this modern-day production of Strindberg's 19th-century classic, where issues of gender, class and forbidden desire collide with seemingly unbreakable social conventions.

On Midsummer night, Mademoiselle Julie finds herself drawn to a servant and a deadly duel begins between them. The striking set, costumes by Lanvin and the presence of a watchful chorus create a contemporary atmosphere for this timeless tragedy.

'Frederic Fisbach's production is a real success, thanks to the grace of its main actress, the sharp vision of its director, and the perfect alchemy between Binoche and her two partners.' Le Soir (Belgium)

20 & 21 Sep 7pm
22 - 28 Sep 7.45pm
29 Sep 5pm
No performance on 23 Sep

120 mins / no interval

Age guidance 14+

In French with English surtitles

24 Sep
Post-show talk
Director Frédéric Fisbach in conversation with Dr Clare Finburgh, Senior Lecturer in Modern Drama, University of Essex
Free to same-day ticket holders

Directed by Frédéric Fisbach
Set and lighting design and costumes by Laurent P. Berger
Costumes for Juliette Binoche and Nicolas Bouchaud by Alber Elbaz for Lanvin
Director’s assistant by Benoit Résillot
French translation by Terje Sinding
Artistic collaboration by Raphaëlle Delaunay
With Juliette Binoche, Nicolas Bouchaud, Bénédicte Cerutti and a local community cast

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Part of Theatre & Dance Sep - Dec 2012
Part of Theatre & Dance - Jan - Sep 2012


France

Produced by Festival d'Avignon
Co-produced by the Barbican, Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe, les Théâtres de la ville de Luxembourg, Théâtre Liberté de Toulon, La Comédie de Reims Centre dramatique national, CDDB Théâtre de Lorient Centre dramatique national, France Télévisions, Compagnie Frédéric Fisbach

With the support of Région Île-de-France, ADAMI, and the Maison Lanvin

With the special support of SPAC-Shizuoka Performing Arts Center






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