Miss Julie and The Stronger

One Act - Original

Phoenix Theatre

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  • First Preview:
  • Opening Date: February 21, 1956
  • Closing Date: March 18, 1956
  • Previews:
  • Performances: 32
  • Miss Julie and The Stronger is comprised of Miss Julie, The Stronger

Synopsis

An evening of two plays by August Strindberg. In Miss Julie, the daughter of a powerful count enters into a dangerously flirtatious relationship with a footman on her father's estate. In The Stronger, two actresses, one married and shopping for Christmas presents for her family, the other single and sitting and reading silently, run into each other in a café.

Miss Julie: The daughter of a powerful count enters into a dangerously flirtatious relationship with a footman on her father's estate, in August Strindberg's 1888 dissection of shifting class and gender roles and relationships.

 

Miss Julie: Opening Night Cast

Viveca Lindfors Miss Julie
James Daly Jean, the Valet
Ruth Ford Kristin, the cook
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Miss Julie: Opening Night Production Credits

August Strindberg August Strindberg Writer
  George Tabori Director
  Klaus Holm Scenic Design
  Alvin Colt Costume Design
  Klaus Holm Lighting Design
  Nathan Parnes Company Manager
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The Stronger: Opening Night Cast

Viveca Lindfors Miss Y, an Actress
Ruth Ford Mrs. X, an Actress
Jamie Smith A Waiter
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The Stronger: Opening Night Production Credits

August Strindberg August Strindberg Writer
  George Tabori Director
  Klaus Holm Scenic Design
  Alvin Colt Costume Design
  Klaus Holm Lighting Design
  Nathan Parnes Company Manager
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Shows That Opened That Season: 1955 - 1956

 
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