An adaptation of August Strindberg's "Miss Julie," this play moves the storyline to 20th century England at
the celebration of the Labour Party's victory over the Tories in the General Election. Set in July 1945, the play was written
by Patrick Marber with original music and sound design by David Ban Tieghem. Though there are only three characters in the
play, it remains riveting.
If you want to see a play that has captured audiences' attentions worldwide, then you are going to want to pick up After Miss Julie Broadway tickets, a story that follows a wealthy modern woman
in her 20s and her two servants, John and Christine. With all the action taking place in the old country home in which they
reside, their discussions make the most of their time together.
After first premiering at the Donmar Warehouse in London in 2003, 'After Miss Julie' moved on to the Theater By The Lake
in Keswick before hitting Broadway's American Airlines Theatre in 2006. It's an intriguing play that deals with sex, scandal
and the classes of society as it brings together famous actors and interested audience members into a new world - so get
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