Director of Living History Education Program

Juliet is a founding TimeLineCompany Member and appeared in TimeLine’s first show, SUMMIT CONFERENCE, in 1997. Since then, she has appeared in A DISAPPEARING NUMBER, THE APPLE FAMILY PLAYS, 33 VARIATIONS, TO MASTER THE ART, ALL MY SONS, WEEKEND, HARMLESS, MARTIN FUREY’S SHOT, IT’S ALL TRUE (Non-Equity Jeff Award nomination – Supporting Actress), THE SEAGULL, NOT ABOUT NIGHTINGALES, GASLIGHT and NO END OF BLAME.

Other Chicago credits include work with Chicago Shakespeare, Prop Thtr, Zebra Crossing and Collaboraction.

Juliet serves as Director of TimeLine’s Living History Education Program, where she finds inspiration every day working with CPS students and teachers.

She holds an MFA degree in Acting from The Theatre School at DePaul University, where she was a Sarah Siddons Scholarship recipient.

Past, present, future

This week we’re taking a trip down memory lane with an extensive interview with five of TimeLine’s founding Company Members, commemorating the 15th Anniversary of the meeting that started TimeLine on April 9, 1997.  You …

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