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ABOUT JULIA

 

I am a theatre artist and educator passionate about collaborative processes of playmaking and exploring the inner-workings of the twenty-first century. I use theatre to pose questions that ignite dialogue, to interrogate dominant narratives, and to pave the way to a more equitable future for all.

 

I graduated summa cum laude from Butler University, with Highest Honors in Theatre and a minor in Anthropology. I am the Marketing Associate at HERE and Artistic Producer of The Arctic Cycle. I write for the online series Artists and Climate Change, and am a founding member of the Back to Work Collective and CLIMATE LENS.

 

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CURRENT

Artistic Producer: The Arctic Cycle
2018-Present

Core Team: Artists & Climate Change
2016-Present

Marketing Manager: HERE
2016-Present


RECENT

Co-creator/Director: DIRT
2018 Staged Reading
as part of the International Human Rights Art Festival at Wild Project

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Director: Hemingway at Work

at Manhattan Repertory Theatre
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Co-Organizer: Climate Change Theatre Action
An initiative of The Arctic Cycle
October 1 - November 18, 2017

Assistant Director: The Brontes

Produced by Theater in Asylum

Writer & Director: UPROOT
Julia's original eco-theatre play, as part of SubletSeries@HERE: Co-op; HERE's curated summer rental program, which provides artists with subsidized space and equipment, as well as technical support. 
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Associate Director: Pomegranade
Produced by The Arctic Group at I.R.T.

Climate, Capitalism, and Crisis:
March 23

Julia was in conversation with best-selling sci-fi author Kim Stanley Robinson to discuss art's relationship with both climate change and climate action at Housing Works Bookstore.

NYU Sustainability Summit: Art in Response to Climate Change
April 7, 12pm

Julia presented on Climate Change Theatre Action as part of NYU's fourth annual Sustainability Summit, including play readings and discussion. Free and open to the public. 

The Viewpoints: Radical Presence in the Park:
April 28-29

Julia collaborated with multi-disciplined embodied artist and teacher Deborah Black to bring theatre into the context of nature in this weekend-long Viewpoints workshop in Central Park.

Photo of Deborah Black by Anna Maynard

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