by August Strindberg
Theatre KAPOW opened its first production, Miss Julie, on September 12 and 13, 2008, at the Stockbridge Theatre in Derry, NH.
Miss Julie is August Strindberg's classic tragedy of love, lust, power and the battle between the sexes. One of the greatest classics of modern theater—the fateful drama of a willful young aristocrat’s seduction of her father’s valet during a Midsummer’s Eve celebration, Miss Julie explores the roles of women and men, masters and servants in the emerging age of Freud’s theories and the rise of feminism.
Directed by Matthew Cahoon
Choreography by Patricia Harms
Production Design by Matthew and Carey Cahoon
Christine, Rachel Follien
Jean, Brian Kennedy
Julie, Carey Cahoon
Servants, Maureen Kenney, Mark Marshall, Mandy O’Neil
What our audiences are saying about Miss Julie:
“The inaugural production of theatre KAPOW is a knockout!”
“I really enjoyed the entire show and concept.”
“I certainly appreciated the intensity and pacing of the show, the working of the angles in staging, the care taken in the realistic set elements, and the wonderful costumes. An outstanding first effort! We all look forward to more from tKAPOW.”