JULIA GREER is a producer, actor, and writer. She most recently was seen at Dixon Place in Ryan Drake's Gaming and Crying and Dreaming and Gaming and in a reading of Natalie Margolin's new play Tutus with Black Coffee Productions. This past year, she acted as Paula Vogel’s script assistant on her productions of Indecent at The Vineyard Theater, The La Jolla Playhouse, and on Broadway. Past employment includes The La Jolla Playhouse, New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Season, Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company, The Civilians Theater Company, The Ojai Playwrights Conference, The Kenyon Playwrights Conference, and ACT Theatre Seattle. As an actor, Julia has been seen in many plays including Ryan and Alice, Gidion’s Knot (Thomas Turgeon Memorial Award and Joanne Woodward Award for Best Actress), Noises Off, Summer and Smoke, The Bakkhai, boom, Red Light Winter, From Up Here and originated the role of Mavis in Wendy MacLeod’s The Ballad of Bonnie Prince Chucky. As a producer, she co-founded StageFemmes with Emma Miller at Kenyon College and produced the New York Premieres of The Power of Punctuation (The Davenport) and Taught (American Theatre of Actors). Among many productions, Julia and Emma developed and produced an original musical by Beth Hyland and facilitated and directed a developmental workshop of LA-based producer and writer Megan Dobkin’s Pink Boxes which they continue to develop with Lauren Pritchard. Julia is a proud graduate of Kenyon College and the National Theater Institute. juliagreer.co
EMMA MILLER is a New York-based director, producer, writer, and educator. She recently completed the Casting Fellowship at Playwrights Horizons, before which she was their Artistic Intern. Emma’s work as a director includes Gaming and Crying and Dreaming and Gaming (Dixon Place), Ryan & Alice (Cincinnati Fringe/KNOW Theatre); Summer and Smoke, Gidion's Knot (Thomas Turgeon Memorial Award for Achievement in Directing), A Steady Rain (Thomas Turgeon Memorial Award for Achievement in Directing), Boeing Boeing, Arsenic and Old Lace (Kenyon College); Dry Land, Post Grad: A New Musical (StageFemmes); and Hairspray, Fiddler on the Roof, and Where There's A Will (Playmakers Theatre.) As an assistant director, Emma has worked at Dobama Theatre, Kenyon College, Notre Dame College, and Playmakers Youth Theatre. She’s assisted on new plays by writers including Wendy MacLeod, Halley Feiffer, Kirsten Greenidge, Michaela Coel, Kirk Lynn, and Japhet Balaban. Emma spent two summers as the Directing Assistant at the Kenyon Playwrights Conference. As a producer, Emma and Julia Greer co-founded StageFemmes at Kenyon College, with which they produced contemporary works by women, including Dry Land, Post Grad, Bachelorette, and a developmental workshop of Pink Boxes. Emma is an alumna of Kenyon College and the National Theater Institute - Advanced Directing at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.