Co-Produced by Chopt Logic Productions, Vueltas Bravas Producciones and Mitchell Productions Inc.

A bilingual adaptation by J.Ed Araiza, based on the original play Miss Julie, by August Strindberg with additions from the cast.

Directed by:                            Lorenzo Montanini                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Adaptation                              J.Ed Araiza

Created and Performed by:  Jhon Alex Toro, Tina Mitchell and Gina Jaimes Abril                          

Original live music:               Helen Yee

Percussionists:                     Juan Manuel Vergara and Diana Sanmiguel

Costume Designer:               Adán Martínez     

Produced with help from:    Andrew Thurman, Augustin Scuotegazza, Jessica Browne-White, Virginia Logan, Mitch Melder,  Al Foote III, SITI  Company

Production History:               

2013 Casa Ensamble, Bogotá, Colombia, 2014 XIV Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Bogotá, Colombia, 2014 XXXVI Festival Internacional de                                                Teatro Manizales, Colombia, 2014 Décima Fiesta de las Artes Escénicas Medellin, Colombia, 2014 XXIX Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro de Cádiz,                                                  Spain, 2015 Teatro Estudio Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Bogotá, Colombia, 2015 Napoli Teatro Festival Italia, 2017 La Mama ETC (NYC), Chicago                                                        Latin American Theatre Festival (Steppenwolf Theatre), El Encuentro de Las Americas (Los Angeles Theatre Center).


Set in Colombia on Midsummer Eve, Miss Julia and her servant Juan have an encounter that will change their lives forever. As Juan tries to rise from the depths of his servile life, Miss Julia wants to escape the bonds that tie her to a meaningless upper-class existence. The result is a power play of love, lust and a battle of the classes that becomes violent and seemingly out of control.

This bi-lingual production, performed in English and Spanish, is a clash of cultures, a dance of death combining heightened physicality and rich naturalistic text. This unique take on Strindberg's text makes Miss Julia as profound today as it was 100 years ago.

Website:                                  www.miss-julia.org

More Information:                 info@choptlogic.com.au

Photography by Theo Cote.