In the corseted world of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie, directed by Daniele Wieder, Victorian morality governs the lives and affairs of all. Joined by a chorus, Julie struggles to cast aside the femininity imposed on her and her body. Sex may be the key to freedom, but corset strings are tough to break.
This performance will run approximately 70 minutes with no intermission.
Natalie Pasquinelli (Julie) is a student in the College.
Gabriel Garey Levine (Jean) is a third-year majoring in Fundamentals and minoring in Computational Neuroscience. Previous UT/TAPS credits include Suburbia (Pony), Love's Labor's Lost (Dramaturge), Cowboy Mouth (Slim), Endgame (Dramaturge), Godspell (Herb), Hamletmachine (Ghost-Hamlet), Theater , and New Work Week. Gabriel serves as a member of UT Student Committee.
Michaela Voit (Kristine) is a third-year in the College majoring in English and Public Policy. She is thrilled to be acting in her sixth UT production; her past roles include Cowboy Mouth (Cavale), Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice), and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Helena).
Julia Rose Camus (Mother) is a first-year in the College hoping to major in History and Law, Letters, and Society. Previous acting credits include Les Misérables (Courfeyrac), The Mother (The Mother), and Sweeney Todd (Judge Turpin/Mrs Ragg).
Julia Hanson (Mother) is a student in the College.
Sophie Hoyt (Mother) is a first-year in the College planning to major in Romance Language & Literature. Previous acting credits include Carousel (Nettie), Angels in America (Harper), and Born Yesterday (Billie).
Ayelet Pinnolis (Mother) is a third year Sociology major in the College. This is her first UT production.
Dani Wieder (Director) is a fourth year Theater and Performance Studies major and Gender and Sexuality Studies minor. Previous UT directing credits include Cabaret and Barely There. She has also participated in UT as a dramaturg, actor, and assistant set designer.
Jurrell Lewis (Dramaturg) is a 3rd year in the Fundamentals: Issues and Texts major. Prior to Miss Julie he has worked on Macbeth (Asst. Costuming), Cabaret (Bobby) and Godspell.
Alice Sheehan (Lighting Designer) is a second year in the college majoring in NELC. She has previously worked as lights on Amadeus, Endgame, and Love's Labours Lost and in other capacities on This Is How It Goes, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds, and Suburbia.
Maya Scheidl (Scenic Designer) is a third-year in the College majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in Visual Arts. Previous theater experience in college include Macbeth (Props Designer) and Amadeus (Assistant Scenic Designer).
Jeremy Estes (Sound Designer), is a third year in the College majoring in Physics and Philosophy. Previous design credits in the UT Community consist of nothing, however Jeremy holds a deeply rooted and intimate relationship with the phenomena of sound, and works as a sound tech in the Logan Center Performance Hall in addition to being an independent music producer outside of the College.
Itzel Blancas (Costume Designer) is a student in the College.
Josephine Geczy (Costume Designer) is a student in the College.
Colin Garon (Props Designer) is a second-year in the College planning to major in HIPSS and Public Policy. He has previously designed props for Love's Labour's Lost, Endgame, and Amadeus.
Tiffany "Tippo" Wang (Master Electrician) is a 3rd year Psychology major in the College. Tippo is a member of UT/TAPS Tech Staff, serving as Master Carpenter.
Edwin Gavis (Master Carpenter) is a first-year in the College probably majoring in Political Science. This is his first UT show.
Ben Sulser (Production Manager) is a fourth-year in the College majoring in Evolutionary Biology and minoring in German. Previous credits include: Winter Workshops 2015 (SM), Winter Workshops 2014 (PM), Hamletmachine (SM), and Hotel Nepenthe (SM). Ben is also a member of TAPS Technical Staff, serving as the Assistant Production Manager the staff liaison to multiple productions.
Charlie Lovejoy (Stage Manager) is a second-year prospective English literature and TAPS double-major. In UT, Charlie has assistant stage managed Amadeus and The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, designed for Theatre, and stagehanded and assistant props designed for Closer. Charlie is currently serving as a member of Committee, and next quarter will be the floor manager of By the Bog of Cats. Before coming to college, Charlie was involved in various productions through community and school theatre, and has accumulated thirteen credits as a stage manager and over thirty as an assistant stage manager, props designer, and actor.
Margaret Lazarovits (Assistant Director) is a second-year in the College. A Physics major and TAPS minor, this is her second UT show. Last year, she was the AD for Macbeth. Previous theater experience includes acting in, stage managing, and/or assistant directing high school shows including Little Shop of Horrors and The Crucible.
Alexander Eichner (Assistant Dramaturge) is a third-year in the College majoring in Mathematics and HiPSS. He directed the UT/TAPS collaboration House of Cards, and acting credits include Love's Labors Lost (Holofernes), Amadeus (Orsini-Rosenberg), Henry V (Dauphin, Williams), A Crackup at the Race Riots, Thrill Me (Nathan), and As You Like It (Oliver).
Ellen Wiese (Assistant Stage Manager) is a third-year in the College majoring in English and Public Policy. This is her first UT show.
Marliese Dalton (Assistant Lighting Designer) is a student in the College.
Bobbie Sheng (Assistant Set Designer) is a first-year in the College potentially majoring in Art History. This is her very first show with UT.
Ella Toulouse (Assistant Costume Designer) is a student in the College.
Emily Cambias (Assistant Props Designer) is a second-year majoring in History. She previously worked on Cowboy Mouth (Lighting Assistant) and Love's Labours Lost (Props Assistant). She had a fantastic time working on Miss Julie!
Rachel Liu (Assistant Props Designer) is a first-year undecided major in the College. Her previous theater experience includes Theater and CUSA cultural show.
Jennifer Wang (Assistant to the Carpenter) is a student in the College.
Omar Ferreira (SX board op) is a student in the College.
Cynthia Campos Costanzo