Two one-act plays are currently playing in the Minerva Theatre in Chichester (until 9 August 2014).
Miss Julie by August Strindberg is performed in a new version by Rebecca Lenkiewicz (Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright), alongside Peter Shaffer’s darkly comic farce Black Comedy.
The two plays were first put together by Laurence Olivier and Kenneth Tynan 50 years ago for the National Theatre in Chichester.
Miss Julie stars Rosalie Craig, Shaun Evans, Samuel Dutton and Emma Handy.
Black Comedy stars Roselie Craig, Jonathan Coy, Robyn Addison, Mike Grady, Paul Ready, Samuel Dutton and Marcia Warren.
Both plays are directed by Jamie Glover with design by Andrew D. Edwards.
Miss Julie at Chichester Festival Theatre
Photos by Roy Tan