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March 2019

$20 to $93

Queen of Basel

March 26 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $94

Queen of Basel

March 27 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $95

Queen of Basel

March 28 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $96

Queen of Basel

March 29 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $98

Queen of Basel

March 30 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $97

Queen of Basel

March 30 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $98

Queen of Basel

March 31 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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$20 to $99

Queen of Basel

March 31 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

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April 2019

$20 to $93

Queen of Basel

April 2 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $94

Queen of Basel

April 3 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $95

Queen of Basel

April 4 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $96

Queen of Basel

April 5 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $98

Queen of Basel

April 6 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $97

Queen of Basel

April 6 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $98

Queen of Basel

April 7 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
$20 to $99

Queen of Basel

April 7 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Studio Theatre, United States + Google Map

Playwright Hilary Bettis (previously a writer on The Americans) reimagines a 130-year-old August Strindberg play, Miss Julie, in modern-day Miami. In the original—which was banned in Sweden for its frank sex talk—a count’s daughter hooks up with a servant. Here, the examination of class and privilege plays out around Art Basel and a South Beach hotel.

Find out more »
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