NEW YORK — The Roundabout Theatre Company says Sienna Miller will make her Broadway debut this fall in its production of "After Miss Julie," playwright Patrick Marber's riff on a 19th-century Strindberg classic about class, sex and power.
The three-character play will be directed by Mark Brokaw. Other casting, the performance schedule and theater will be announced later.
In "After Miss Julie," Marber has updated Strindberg's "Miss Julie" to 1945 on the eve of the Labour Party's election victory in England. The 27-year-old Miller will portray the title character, a wealthy young woman involved with a family manservant.