Julia is acting in The Hearth’s workshop production of Leila Teitelman’s Baby Cakes at Theaterlab April 25-27. More information HERE.
See Julia in a reading of Natalie Margolin’s Tutus directed by Emma Miller at Alchemical on April 11 @ 3 & 7 PM.
Come see Julia a reading of Emily Krause’s Are You Happy Now? at The Tank on April 13th directed by Jenna Rossman. More info HERE.
The New York Times listed ATHENA as one of their most Unforgettable Theater Moments of 2018.
Julia recently played Medvedenko in Logan Reed’s production of The Seagull at Columbia University.
Julia just shot a scene in Marc Meyer’s upcoming film HUMAN CAPITAL opposite Liev Schreiber.
Julia performed in a reading Cherry Lou Sy’s The Beast Mode of the Known World directed by Kevin Ray.
ATHENA returned for an encore run in September at JACK after multiple extensions and a NYTimes Critic’s Pick.
Julia played the Coroner in Stephen Smith's Slow Field at Theater Lab in directed by Logan Reed.
Julia was seen as Hester in a reading of Catherine Weingarten's Are You Ready to get Pampered? with The Dirty Blondes at BAM.
Julia shot a scene in Noah Baumbach's upcoming project opposite Scarlett Johansson.
This past April, Julia was seen as Lena in Samantha Stone's TOMMY'S GIRLS with Primary Stages/Fordham at Walkerspace.
Julia is thrilled to have played ATHENA in Gracie Gardner's new play, ATHENA, a New York Times Critics Pick! Extended by popular demand!
Read the NYT review HERE.
Julia was seen in a reading of Rae Binstock's POSE on last January as part of the PUBLIC ARTS, an all-female, director-driven play reading series.
Julia was in Trojan Women with The New Collectives directed by Rachel Dart.
A rehearsed workshop of Julia's new play NURSE SLUTS (co-written with Shelby Green) was featured in The Tank's LadyFest 2017.
Julia starred as Annie in the Hearth’s inaugural production, FOR ANNIE by Beth Hyland.
"With the plucky charm of the young Sandra Bullock, Julia Greer is captivating as the student playing Annie. Ms. Greer gracefully conveys the spirit of wide-eyed innocence with her magnetic portrayal that anchors the presentation."
"The performances are so natural and convincing that it’s easy to be persuaded that this is a devised piece based on personal experience and improvisation. But the play, by Beth Hyland, is masterfully scripted from the first curtain speech to the final number, thought to be Annie’s favorite song."
-Theatre Is Easy
"All the ensemble cast members are engaging, energetic, emotive, or enthusiastic. Julia Greer (also the co-artistic director of The Hearth, the presenting organization), successfully plays Annie as the wholesome and optimistic young woman who also experiences hesitant and dark moments with Nick."
- Zeal NYC