JULIA / Una tragedia naturalista


The earth is a penitentiary colony in which we must suffer the punishment of crimes committed in a previous existence from which we hold a vague memory in our consciences pushing us to excel. We are all, therefore, criminals and the pessimistic one is not wrong when he always thinks and says evil of his neighbour.
August Strindberg, Inferno

  • JULIA / Una tragedia naturalista (JULIE / A Naturalistic Tragedy)
    Version by Alejandro Tantanian from August Strindberg’s

  • Miss Julie
    From the translation from the Swedish by Carlos Liscano’s.

  • with
    Marcela Ferradás

  • John
    Luciano Suardi

  • Christine
    Stella Galazzi

  • I am August Strindberg
    Javier Lorenzo

  • Off voice in Swedish song
    Bárbara Togander

  • Artistic coordination
    Daniel Ruiz

  • Costume assistant
    Pilar Peredo

  • Set assistant
    Soledad García Valiño

  • Assistant director
    María Marta Leiva

  • Artistic collaboration
    Alejandra Alzaibar

  • Music and sound design
    Edgardo Rudnitzky  & Carmen Baliero

  • Lights
    Alejandro Le Roux

  • Costumes
    Santiago Elder

  • Set
    Jorge Macchi

  • Direction
    Alejandro Tantanian

  • The following version of Miss Julie was written thanks to a grant by Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, Germany) between December 1999 and April 2000.

  • Running time: 100 minutes.

  • Premiere: September 2000, Sala Cunill Cabanellas, Teatro San Martín, Complejo Teatral de Buenos Aires (CTBA), Argentina

  • Further presentations.
    Season 2011: Teatro Sarmiento, Complejo Teatral de Buenos Aires (CTBA), Argentina

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Photos: Carlos Furman

  • Trinidad Guevara Awards (edition 2000) to the Best Set Design (Jorge Macchi)
    Nominated to the same Awards for Best Supporting Actress (Stella Galazzi)
    Teatro del Mundo Awards in the following categories:
    Best Set Design (Jorge Macchi)
    Best Light Design (Alejandro Le Roux)
    Best Stage Adaptation (Alejandro Tantanian)
    Nominated for the same award for Best Stage Direction (Alejandro Tantanian).