Julie is an accomplished and flexible educator and teaching artist. Workshops available:
For individual artists, ensembles, and theatre makers curious about creating new works of theatre.
For corporate groups, academic faculty, and nonprofit staff. Loosen up, follow your impulses, have fun, practice poise under pressure, and learn about one another through games, exercises, and improvisation.
Improvisation and acting games and training for young people, elementary, middle, and high school ages.
Choosing strong audition material and doing your best work at auditions and callbacks for early career actors and theatre makers. Private coaching available.
Julie has given talks and facilitated a number of workshops/master classes on a variety of topics including:
leadership and the arts
diversity, equity, oppression & privilege (experiential)
devised theatre & collaborative performance making
Viewpoints & composition
aesthetics & semiotics in performance making
critical media studies
building a portfolio
transgender & women's issues in prisons
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“Your workshop was a great example and I really felt like I could go forth and create my own thing. So thank you for a well thought-out workshop!” - KCACTF participant
Julie has been invited to present in a variety of contexts including academic & industry conferences, university events, and art museums. She has participated in the comedic "Great Debate" at Buntport Theater and has officiated weddings. She is a member of Toastmasters International.