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Juliette Binoche Stars in a New Production of Mademoiselle Julie at the Barbican Theatre
From 20/09/2012 to 29/09/2012
Juliette Binoche is to star in August Strindberg’s Mademoiselle Julie at the Barbican in 2012 as part of the venue’s Olympics celebrations. The production marks Binoche’s first British stage appearance since 2008, when she performed at the National Theatre in the dance theatre piece In-i with choreographer Akram Khan.
The French-language version of Miss Julie will be directed by acclaimed director/producer Frédéric Fisbach, and Binoche will be joined by Nicolas Bouchaud and Benedicte Cerutti as well as a local community cast. The costumes are being designed by Alber Elbaz of the fashion house Lanvin.
Frédéric Fisbach’s contemporary and striking re-imagining of Mademoiselle Julie is an intimate drama about a woman longing to escape the ties imposed by her position as the daughter of a Count, which sees the tragedy of the three main protagonists unfold under the watch of a chorus of local community actors. The piece is framed by striking, contemporary staging, breathing new life into a classic play.
Barbican managing director Nicholas Kenyon is particularly enthused about the Olympic revelry, describing it as an opportunity to “really demonstrate the thriving cultural offer of the capital as never before.”
This production of Mademoiselle Julie had its premiere at the Avignon Festival before coming to London. It will run at the Barbican from September 20 to 29, 2012, with press night on September 20, 2012.
In French with English surtitles.
Tickets: On sale:
6 June 2011 (Red Members)
8 June 2011 (Orange Members)
10 June 2011 (Yellow Members and general public)
subject to availability
Thu 20 & Fri 21, 2012 at 7.00pm
From Sat 22 to Fri 28, 2012 at 7.45pm
Sat 29, 2012 at 5.00pm
- Age group: Adults
- Price: starting from £25
- Website: http://www.barbican.org.uk/theatre/event-detail.asp?ID=12416
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