From acclaimed Brazilian interdisciplinary writer, Christiane Jatahy comes “Julia,” a highly original take on Strindberg’s 1889 play. The actors here are both making a film and at the same time acting as the characters of fiction. Jatahy, working with Marcelo Lipiani on decor, crafts a design of split movie screens, which move during the action, revealing parts of a bedroom and a kitchen—sets for live footage. The projectors follow the movement of the screens, creating a film in motion. “Julia” marks a bold and beautiful collision between reality, theatre, and film. ONE DAY ONLY! MAY 25!

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