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Miss Julie

Yale Repertory Theater
Written by August Strindberg
Directed by Liz Diamond
Sets by Sara Ryung Clement
Lighting by Blythe Pittman

  The period was shifted forward to 1910 in this production of Strindberg’s classic. The clothes and palette were derived from Edwardian fashion catalogs, Swedish documentary photographs of the period, and Strindberg’s own stormy paintings of dark Swedish landscapes.  


The period was shifted forward to 1910 in this production of Strindberg’s classic. The clothes and palette were derived from Edwardian fashion catalogs, Swedish documentary photographs of the period, and Strindberg’s own stormy paintings of dark Swedish landscapes.
 

  "Miss Julie descends, dressed in jodhpurs and a burgundy blouse by Erin Olson, whose costumes define the class system that figures so importantly in the play." -Hartford Courant  


"Miss Julie descends, dressed in jodhpurs and a burgundy blouse by Erin Olson, whose costumes define the class system that figures so importantly in the play." -Hartford Courant
 

  "Erin Olson's costumes and Blythe Pittman's lighting add to the mad, desperate and dreamy world hidden just below the surface." -Variety  


"Erin Olson's costumes and Blythe Pittman's lighting add to the mad, desperate and dreamy world hidden just below the surface." -Variety
 

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