Miss Julie

by August Strindberg
in a version by Frank McGuinness


Directed by Roger Beaumont

Tuesday 22nd - Saturday 26th November, 2011

The Tower Theatre performing at Theatro Technis



Photography by Alexander Knapp


Cast

 

Miss Julie

Louise Bakker

John

Jack Lowe

Christine

Jill Ruane

Production Team
Director : Roger Beaumont
Set Design : Philip Lindley
Costume Design : Abigale Lewis
Lighting Design : Miguel Vicente
Sound Design : Phillip Ley

Stage Manager : Dinah Irvine
Assistant Stage Managers : Anne Connell, Ruth Anthony
Lighting Operator : James Killeen
Sound Operators : Ksenya Gray, Ed O'Shaughnessy
Wardrobe : Jill Batty
Set Construction : Michael Bettell, Dom Ward and members of the cast & crew



Louise Bakker's previous roles include Nora in A Doll's House, Noleta in Sordid Lives, Lorna in Cigarettes & Chocolate, Carol in Oleanna, Marlow in She Stoops to Conquer, Yvonne/Harriet Pawling in Sunday in the Park with George, Bernada Alba in The House of Bernada Alba, Ouisa in Six Degrees of Separation, Marquise de Merteuil in Dangerous Liaisons, Dana in The Sweetest Swing in Baseball, Mother Basil in Once a Catholic, Rizzo in Grease, Maria in The Sound of Music.

Originally from Waterford, Ireland, Jill Ruane moved to London in 2006 and lives in Walthamstow. Since joining the Tower in early 2007, Jill has been involved in numerous productions, both on stage and behind the scenes. As a result, she was awarded the Frank Smith award in 2010 and has enjoyed a year of free shows. Jill is now looking forward to getting back on stage herself. Her acting credits include Mairead in The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Irene in The Dresser, Mary in Dublin Carol, Olwen in Dangerous Corner and Woman in Bash - Medea Redux.

Miss Julie is Jack Lowe's first production with Tower Theatre Company and follows closely on from a run at the Bridewell Theatre with The Last Days of Judas Iscariot for SEDOS, with Jack playing the role of Judas. The production went on to perform for an extra night at the Royal Courts of Justice. Other productions include Curse of the Starving Class, Dancing at Lughnasa, and Drinking in America/The Law.

Roger Beaumont has been acting and directing professionally and in amateur theatre for over 30 years. For Questors Theatre, Ealing, he has directed Design for Living, A Streetcar Named Desire, Closer, Duet for One, Waiting for Godot, Festen, Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Humble Boy. For the Tower Theatre, Chapter Two, Aladdin, Neville's Island, Outside Edge, The Gay Detective, Speed-The-Plow and, more recently, The Birthday Party and A Doll's House. Recent acting credits include Magwitch in Great Expectations and Max in Rock and Roll, both for Questors. His next project is to direct Three Sisters for SEDOS at the Bridewell Theatre in late February 2012.