Robert King, Marnie Klar and More Star in Seeing Place Theater's MISS JULIE, Opening Tonight
The Seeing Place Theater, known for intensely intimate ensemble work, announces casting for August Strindberg's haunting classic about status, sex and servitude: MISS JULIE.
This ensemble cast features Robert N. King (Award Winning Halfrican-American) as Jean, Marnie Klar (Fringe NYC: Fleet Week, The Musical) as Christine, and Gabrielle Loneck (Regional: A Midsummer Night's Dream) as Julie. Erin Cronican (The Seeing Place's Love Song) directs this play.
About MISS JULIE: A flirtation between a young woman and her father's servant becomes a dance of power, dreams and violence swirling out of control. Written 125 years ago but deeply resonant today, Miss Julie is a psycho-sexual drama filled with obsession, ambition and manipulation, and remains August Strindberg's most compelling work.
The show has a limited engagement tonight, March 3-12, 2013 (Sun 7pm, Mon 6pm & 9pm, Tue 7pm) at The Seeing Place @ATA's Sargent Theater, 314 W 54th St, 4th Floor. Tickets are just $12 and are available by calling SmartTix at (212)868-4444 and at www.smarttix.com. For more information visit www.seeingplacetheater.com.
The Seeing Place Theater is an actor-driven ensemble known for its intense and intimate work - with ticket prices anyone can afford. Since 2009, we've been forcefully committed to:
THE ACTOR'S PROCESS: Through robust table work and improvisation, we focus on honoring the actor's artistry in creating a character and building a story, which extends from rehearsal into performance. It's a pro-actor philosophy, and it's rare in today's market.
ORGANIC STORYTELLING: Unlike other companies, we do not cement our choices in advance. Instead, what audiences get to see is a group of actors "in the moment" - working off one another to tell a fresh story that is never the same night to night.
COMMUNITY VALUE: We produce our shows in Hell's Kitchen in the heart of midtown Manhattan, a community hungry for strong, independent theater to combat the high priced, commercial offerings of Broadway. We've been awed by the positive response by critics & audiences about the unique, quality work we've been able to share at a price point audiences can afford - $12 a ticket.