Play response:Strindberg's "Miss Julie"--incls:Title-Author-Nationality-Period and Setting-Synopsis-Unique Elements of Playwright's Style-Production Challenges/Problems

Title: Play response:Strindberg's "Miss Julie"--incls:Title-Author-Nationality-Period and Setting-Synopsis-Unique Elements of Playwright's Style-Production Challenges/Problems
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Play response:Strindberg's "Miss Julie"--incls:Title-Author-Nationality-Period and Setting-Synopsis-Unique Elements of Playwright's Style-Production Challenges/Problems
Title: Miss Julie Author: August Strindberg Nationality: Swedish Period and Setting: Sweden in the late 1880's (87 or 88) on Mid Summer's Eve. The action all takes in the kitchen of Miss Julie's father, the Count's manor house. Synopsis: The play begins with Jean the Valet gossiping with Kristin about Miss Julie's wild behavior specifically that night and more generally since her broken engagement that occurred after Miss Julie's Sadomasochistic attempt to conquer her fiancé. Later, after …showed first 75 words of 660 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 660 total…without having the audience be so caught up in the violence and sexuality of the play. I think one of the greater challenges also comes with being able to give Strindberg's message accurately. Since so much of the play involves implied elements and hinted at events, any production is going to have somewhat of an ordeal trying to make the audience aware of the undercurrent without having to beat them over the head with symbolism.

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