The Swedish playwright August Strindberg was one of the founding fathers of naturalistic theater. A feature of many of his plays is the minute dissection of attitude and motivation by individuals within tightly bound groups. As in the present drama, such relentless inspection of behavior often has drastic consequences.
Thekla, married to the needy Adolf, has a surprise encounter with her former husband, the lordly Gustav. Or is it really a surprise?
Adolf - Alan Weyman
Gustav - John Burlinson
Thekla - Jennifer Fournier
Stage directions read by Denis Daly
Audio edited by Denis Daly
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