Journal article

Mies Julie by August Strindberg, and: Easter by August Strindberg, and: The Dance of Death by August Strindberg (review)

S Balkin

Theatre Journal | Johns Hopkins University Press | Published : 2013

Abstract

Recent interest in Strindberg’s work, including the formation of the August Strindberg Repertory Theatre and its inaugural production in 2012, could be at least partly attributed to the centenary of Strindberg’s death in 2012. But the centenary does not explain the viral popularity of Eun-Ha Paek, [End Page 565] Erin Perkins, and James Bewley’s “Strindberg and Helium” cartoons since 2001 (the last of which, “Strindberg and Helium at the Beach,” was nominated by the YouTube Play jury and presented at the Guggenheim Museum in 2010), nor the continuing frequency with which Strindberg’s work is staged and adapted. Recent productions by Baxter Theatre Center, August Strindberg Repertory Theatre, ..

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