August Strindberg is best known in the English-speaking world for his naturalist and expressionist plays (The Father, Ghost Sonata). His history plays are less familiar outside Sweden but equally fascinating. The August Strindberg Repertory Theatre stages a production of Kristina from March 13-29 in New York City.
The August Strindberg Repertory Company will stage a new production of Miss Julie at the Gene Frankel Theatre In New York, October 24 – November 8.
Strindberg’s controversial play is transported from the Swedish countryside at Midsummer to an antebellum Louisiana plantation.
The New York City-based August Strindberg Repertory Theater will present To Damascus, Part One from April 18 through May 11. The play has been described as “Strindberg’s most complex play” and “his greatest play,” with its mix of myths, symbols and ideas and a profound spiritual analysis in a new dramatic form.