Julie Foh

Associate Professor, David Geffen School of Drama at Yale

Julie Foh is a CT-based voice, text, and dialect coach. Recent coaching credits include And a Nightingale Sang…, The Caretaker, A Child’s Christmas in Wales (2021), Charley’s Aunt, and Shakespeare in Love (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Othello, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale, Measure for Measure, Henry V, Twelfth Night, and Coriolanus (Next Chapter Podcasts); the ripple, the wave that carried me home (Yale Repertory Theatre); The Winter’s Tale (Hartford Stage); Belfast Girls (Irish Repertory Theatre); Ride the Cyclone: The Musical & Sleuth (McCarter Theatre Center); Mlima’s Tale (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis & Westport Country Playhouse), Wolverine: The Lost Trail (Marvel podcast), As You Like It and King Charles III (Colorado Shakespeare Festival), Sherwood (Cleveland Play House), Pygmalion (BEDLAM), Familiar (Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company), Trans Scripts and Cardenio (American Repertory Theater), The Tallest Tree in the Forest (Tectonic Theater Project), Eurydice and An Ideal Husband (American Players Theatre), and others. She has taught at UConn, Penn State, Rutgers, A.R.T., Harvard University, the Moscow Art Theatre School, Webster University, the National Theater Institute, the Shakespeare Academy @ Stratford, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Terry Knickerbocker Studio, and University of the Arts Helsinki. She is an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and a Master Teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechwork. With Andrea Caban and Jeffrey Parker, she co-authored the book Experiencing Speech: A Skills-Based, Panlingual Approach to Actor Training. She is currently on faculty at the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale. MFA, ART Institute at Harvard University. www.juliefoh.com

Julie Foh (T’02)