Miss Julie, the title character of Strindberg's play, is a wild young woman who is used to getting her own waybecause of her riches and her father's social position. Always looking for something new, she sets her sights on her father's valet Jean, an ambitious young man who is engaged to one of the other servants. She and Jean plot to run away together, perhaps open a hotel. Unfortunately, both understand that something like that would be impossible. Having lowered herself to the level of the servants, Miss Julie finds herself with no options for her future.
This report prepared by Jack Goodstein