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Buckland Theatre Company to Launch with Miss Julie

The Buckland Theatre Company will launch as a full-scale producing company with an intimate production of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie at the Etcetera Theatre. 

This new production to be shown at the theatre in Camden, will run for a limited season from the 24th February to the 19th March. 277 more words

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PORTRAIT OF HARRIET BOSSE: SCANDINAVIAN ACTRESS PHOTOGRAPHED BY FERDINAND FLODIN | THE CABINET CARD GALLERY

This vintage real photo postcard features Harriet Sofie Bosse (1878-1961) who was an actress of Swedish/Norwegian background. Her father was a German publisher who for business reasons moved his family a number of times back and forth between Oslo (Norway) and Stockholm (Sweden). 78 more words

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Period Writing, three things you did not know about August Strindberg

  1. Strindberg only wrote during his menstrual periods. According to him, that was when he was emotionally open and flowing with productivity, shedding old ideas and belief systems.
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Eis-me aqui

“Tendo chegado ao meio do caminho da minha vida, sentei-me a repousar e refletir. Havia obtido tudo o que audaciosamente desejara e sonhara. Saciado de vergonha e de honra, de alegria e de sofrimento, perguntei-me: E daí?” 6 more words

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Strindberg:

And yet those trivial matters were not without significance in life, because life consists of trivial matters.

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Movie Quote of the Day - Miss Julie, 2014 (dir. Liv Ullmann)

Miss Julie: Are you ever afraid to hear that you’re no longer wanted? That you don’t belong?
John: I shared a bed with my little brother, and one morning, when I was eight, I woke up and found him dead beside me.

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Sue Prideaux: August Strindberg biography

“Sue Prideaux opens her biography of playwright August Strindberg with the Strindberg family arriving in Copenhagen during a lengthy period of self-imposed exile from Sweden. Strindberg, in search of accommodation, had been directed to the local castle by a gypsy. 164 more words

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