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Julie Foh

318 Prospect Ave. #1R, Brooklyn, NY 11215

(347) 426-6813 •


Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Mason Gross School of the Arts: Assistant Instructor

BFA I Voice and Speech (Fall 11-present)

BFA II Voice and Speech (Fall 11-present)

BFA IV Advanced Voice and Speech (Fall 11-present)

MFA I Speech (Fall 12-present)

MFA II Accents (Fall 12-present)

Webster University, St. Louis, MO

Conservatory of Theatre Arts: Visiting Assistant Professor

BFA I Voice and Speech (Fall 09-Spring 11)

BFA II Voice and Speech (Fall 09-Spring 11)

BFA II Master Class: Ibsen, Chekhov, and contemporary scene work (Fall 09-

Spring 11)

BFA III/IV Vocal Workout (Fall 09-Spring 11)

Dialects Seminar: IPA, RP, Cockney, and others (Spring 11)

Harvard University, American Repertory Theater, Cambridge, MA

Institute for Advanced Theatre Training: Graduate Program

Voice Lab I: IPA practice, speech drills (Fall 08)

Voice Lab II: (at MXAT) IPA practice, Shakespeare text, resonance (Spring 09)

Introduction to Fitzmaurice Voicework®: TA for Carey Dawson (Summer 08)

Individual Coaching: MFA Candidates (Fall 07-Spring 09)

Harvard Undergraduate: Teaching Fellowships

D119 Vocal Production for the Stage: TF for Nancy Houfek (Fall 08)

D17 Intermediate Acting: TF for Karen MacDonald (Spring 08)

D28 Vocal Production for the Stage: TF for Nancy Houfek (Fall 07)

Harvard Extension School: Teaching Fellowships

E10 Introduction to Acting: TF for Remo Airaldi (Spring 08 / Fall 08)

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO

Opera Camp: Summer 10

Voice and Speech

Allentown Shakespeare in the Park, Allentown, PA

Shakespeare for the Whole Family: Summer 09

Audience Workshop: As You Like It

Heifetz International Music Institute, Wolfeboro, NH

Communication Course: Summer 08

Public Speaking: Introducing a piece of music


Studio 42, New York, NY

Miss Lilly Gets Boned by Bekah Brunstetter dir. by David F. Chapman (July 12)

The Red Room, New York, NY

Medea’s Got Some Issues by Emilio Williams dir. by Benjamin H. Kamine (Oct. 11)

New Georges, New York, NY

Nightlands by Sylvan Oswald dir. by Tamilla Woodward (Oct. 11)

Red Fern Theatre Company, New York, NY

We in Silence Hear a Whisper by Jon Kern dir. by Melanie Moyer Williams (Sept. / Oct. 11)

White Horse Theater Company, New York, NY

Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams dir. by Cyndy Marion (Aug. / Sept. 11)

Empirical Rogue, New York, NY

Hamlet by W. Shakespeare dir. by David Hammond (Jul. / Aug. 2011)

The New Jewish Theatre, St Louis, MO

Awake and Sing! by Clifford Odets dir. by Steve Woolf (Mar. / Apr. 2011)

HotCity Theatre, St Louis, MO

Equus by Peter Shaffer dir. by Doug Finlayson (Aug. / Sept. 10)

Bleecker Street Theatre, New York, NY

Tales from the Tunnel, written & directed by Troy Diana & James Valletti (Jul. 10)

Act Inc, St Louis, MO

Abie’s Irish Rose by Ann Nichols dir. by Steve Callahan (Apr. 10)

FringeNYC, New York, NY

The Lover and Ashes to Ashes by Harold Pinter dir. by Patrick McNulty (Aug. 09)

American Repertory Theater, Cambridge, MA

Endgame by Samuel Beckett dir. by Marcus Stern (Jan. / Feb. 09)

Assistant to Nancy Houfek

The Communist Dracula Pageant by Anne Washburn dir. by Anne Kauffman (Oct. 08)

Assistant to Nancy Houfek

Cardenio by Stephen Greenblatt and Charles Mee dir. by Les Waters (Apr. / May 08)

The Island of Anyplace by Charles Marz dir. by Thomas Derrah (Feb. / March 08)

Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA

Rock ‘n’ Roll by Tom Stoppard dir. by Carey Perloff (Nov. 08)

Pick-up Dialect Coaching

Actors Shakespeare Project, Boston, MA

King John by W. Shakespeare dir. by Ben Evett (Apr. / May 08)

Origin Theatre Company, New York, NY

Clocks and Whistles by Samuel Adamson dir. by Talya Klein (Apr. / May 06)

The Yale Dramatic Association, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Translations by Brian Friel dir. by Lauren Keating (Feb. 12)

Conservatory of Theatre Arts, Webster University, St. Louis, MO

The Wonderful World of Dissocia by Anthony Neilson dir. by Matthew Wills (Feb./Mar. 11)

The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht & Kurt Weill dir. by Tim Ocel (Oct. / Nov. 10)

On the Razzle by Tom Stoppard dir. by Doug Finlayson (Jan. / Feb. 10)

The Winter’s Tale by W. Shakespeare dir. by Tim Ocel (Oct. / Nov. 09)

Institute for Advanced Theatre Training, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

The Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin dir. by Marina Brusnikina (Jan. - May 09)

Largo Desolato by Vaclav Havel dir. by Jonathan Carr (Nov. / Dec. 08)

Ajax in Iraq by Ellen McLaughlin dir. by Scott Zigler (Sept. / Oct. 08)

The Discreet Charm of Monsieur Jourdain adapted and dir. by Dmitry Troyanovsky (Sept. 08)

Celebration and The Room by Harold Pinter dir. by Roman Kozak (May / June 08)

Assistant to Nancy Houfek

Trigger by Kyle Jarrow dir. by Marcus Stern (Jan. / Feb. 08)

Expats by Heather Lynn MacDonald dir. by Jonathan Carr (Oct. / Nov. 07)

Gray City by Keith Huff dir. by Lindsay Allbaugh (Sept. / Oct. 07)

Harvard University, Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, Cambridge, MA

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde dir. by Sara Wright (July 08)

Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler dir. by Jason Lazarcheck (Apr.08)

Blasted by Sarah Kane dir. by Catrin Lloyd-Bollard (Mar. / Apr. 08)

Arcadia by Tom Stoppard dir. by Laura Hirschberg (March 08)

Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman dir. by Carmel O’Reilly (Oct. 07)

Harvard University

Certificate of Distinction in Teaching (2009)

Duke University

Graduation cum laude

John M. Clum Distinguished Theater Studies Graduate Award

High Departmental Distinction in Playwriting

Dean’s List (1998-2002)

M.F.A. ART/MXAT/ Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University, Voice and Speech (July 2007 - June 2009)

B.A. Duke University, Theater Studies (August 1998 - May 2002)

Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® (July 2009/2010)

Catherine Fitzmaurice Nancy Houfek, Professor

Founder, Fitzmaurice Voicework® ART/MXAT Institute for Advanced

646-637-7339 Theater Training 64 Brattle Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

617-496-2000 ex8875
Jef Awada, Assistant Professor

Webster Conservatory of Theatre Arts

470 E. Lockwood Avenue

St Louis, MO 63119


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