"Get down to me, then I'll pick you up" – says Jean, the flunkey to Miss Julie.
On the night of St. Ivan, in the absence of the Count, the suppressed desires are exposed: Countess and servant, woman and man begin to play a fatal game.
The fall will occur, lifting will be missed…
August Strindberg, the dominant figure of swedish naturalism, who was also named as a misogynist, finished his most frequently performed play, Miss Julie, in 1888. The work presents a love triangle of a countess, a flunkey and a cook. It was so daring and raw that censorship was banned for the first time. The director-choreographer of the performance is the Harangozó-award winner Velekei László.