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Lady Julie ()

Produced by

Apuka Theatre

Presented by

Campbell House

Playwright: August Strindberg
Adapter: Natalie Feheregyhazi
Director: Rod Ceballos


Campbell House


August 29th, 2013


August 30th, 2013 – September 14th, 2013


LADY JULIE (an Apuka Theatre original adaptation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie) is the story of a young woman of noble birth who, left at home for Midsummer’s Eve, spends the night cavorting with her servants – in particular a charismatic valet named Jean.  What follows is a sexually charged, taboo ridden exploration of the restrictions placed on people by birth, class and gender.  By setting LADY JULIE in Campbell House Museum’s historic kitchen, Apuka Theatre hopes to fully realize Strindberg’s naturalistic vision for the play by eliminating the fourth wall and inviting the audience to merge with the same milieu as the actors. (


Natalie Feheregyhazi Julie
Alexander Crowther Jean
Heidi Lynch Kristin

Creative Team

August Strindberg Playwright
Natalie Feheregyhazi Adapter
Rod Ceballos Director
Steve Vargo Lighting Designer
Steve Vargo Sound Designer
Allison Bjerkseth Costume Designer


Kate Burns Stage Manager
Brittany Morrison Production Manager
Melissa Wright Assistant Carpenter