Julie Felise Dubiner (she/her) has freelanced around the country as a dramaturg, consultant, and producer. She was Associate Director of American Revolutions at OSF and resident dramaturg at Actors Theatre of Louisville and the Prince Music Theater. Among her dramaturgy credits are premieres of Sweat by Lynn Nottage, The Copper Children by Karen Zacarías, Between Two Knees by The 1491s, and Party People by Universes. She is co-creator of Rock & Roll: The Reunion Tour, co-author of Process of Dramaturgy, co-editor of several volumes of Humana Festival plays, and a contributor to Diversity, Inclusion, and Representation in Contemporary Dramaturgy, Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy, Innovation in Five Acts, and other publications and podcasts. Her introductory essay is included in the Bloomsbury edition of I and You by Lauren Gunderson. Julie has served on panels for the Jewish Plays Project, Horton Foote Prize, Playwrights’ Center, and others. She is a mentor for the LMDA Early Career Dramaturg caucus.
Julie will provide feedback for the following plays:
To Be a Starfish by Wendy-Marie Martin (Thurs. 4/22 @ 4:30pm)
what the Gods gave me by Eryn Elyse McVay (Sat. 4/24 @ 12pm)
The Martha Mitchell Effect by Skye Robinson Hillis (Sat. 4/24 @ 8pm)