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Strindberg's Miss Julie And Post-Apartheid South Africa Make A Powerful Cocktail
Adapter Yael Farber: "[The play] lacks teeth in today's society, ... [but] I saw that the spine of the narrative had an extraordinarily potent potential to speak about ownership through the domination of the body, and how this dynamic gets unlocked over a single night in one kitchen, in the heat of the kitchen." The New York Times 11/04/12
Posted November 2, 2012 12:45 AM

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