Julia is a teaching artist, actor and administrator who believes theater is a powerful tool in the transformation of society. Using theater in Ecuador, Turkey, Thailand, and New York City she has supported non-native speakers of English to develop their English language skills, encouraged young people to exercise the power of their voices through social-emotional development, engaged in conversations around race and privilege, and worked towards advancing literacy skills across ages. She has her Master’s in Applied Theatre from the CUNY School of Professional Studies and has worked as a teaching artist for Lincoln Center Theater, the Creative Arts Team, Girls Leadership and the History Theater.
As an actor, Julia has performed with Theater in Asylum in NYC, in various theaters in Milwaukee, and at the Minnesota Fringe Festival. She recently returned to the Twin Cities and is thrilled to be joining the rich theater community here.