Julie Foh

Instructor, Theater Department at Rutgers University

Summer 2015 - Julie Foh (T’02) just finished her fourth year as an instructor in the Theater Department at Rutgers University, where she teaches Voice and Speech in the BFA and MFA Acting Programs. This summer marks the beginning of her third year teaching Voice at the National Theater Institute in Waterford, CT. This past year she served as voice/accent coach for The Tallest Tree in the Forest, a one-man show written and performed by Daniel Beaty and directed by Moises Kaufman at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Other coaching credits from the past year are: Eyes for Consuela (White Horse Theater Company); Henry V, The House of Influx, A Woman of No Importance (Rutgers).

Summer 2014 - Julie is an instructor in the Theater Department at Rutgers University, where she teaches Voice and Speech in the BFA and MFA Acting Programs. She also teaches Voice at the National Theater Institute in Waterford, CT. Coaching credits from the last year include: Murder For Two (Second Stage), Wasps (Studio 42), Parade (Yale Dramatic Association), Another Part of the Forest (Rutgers), and You Can't Take It With You (Rutgers). She is also the Literary Manager of Studio 42, NYC's producer of unproducible plays.

Summer 2012 - Julie Foh (T’02) finished her first year teaching Voice and Speech in the BFA Acting Program at Rutgers University in May, and next year she will teach in both the BFA and MFA Acting Programs. Recent directing credits include the radio play Miracle on 34th Street at Rutgers, Occupied by J. Holtham (Red Fern Theatre Company's festival Created Equal), and short plays by Gregory S. Moss and Crystal Skillman for Studio 42's first ever Unproducible Smackdown.  Recent professional accent coaching credits include Miss Lilly Gets Boned (Studio 42), Nightlands (New Georges), We in Silence Hear a Whisper (Red Fern Theatre Company), and Suddenly Last Summer (White Horse Theater Company).  She is also the Literary Manager of Studio 42. 

Winter 2009 - Foh spent last spring teaching and studying at the Moscow Art Theatre School.  She received her MFA in Voice and Speech from American Repertory Theater's Institute for Advanced Theater Training in June and began training to become a Certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® in July of 2009.  She will complete the training and hopefully pass the test in July 2010.  As of September, she's a Visiting Assistant Professor of Voice and Speech at Webster University in St. Louis. 

Winter 2008 - Foh is a first-year candidate in ART’s Voice and Speech MFA Program. There, she has coached student productions of Gray City by Keith Huff, Expats by Heather Lynn MacDonald, and Trigger by Kyle Jarrow. This spring, she will coach the world premiere of Cardenio by Charles Mee and Stephen Greenblatt and directed by Les Waters.  She continues to dramaturg and perform remotely in TheBest, a NYC-based multimedia rock show conceived by fellow alum, Eamonn Farrell (T’00).

Summer 2007 - Foh begins the Voice and Speech MFA Program at ART in July.  While in Cambridge, she will continue to participate remotely in The Best, an episodic, multi-media rock theater project based in NYC.

Winter 2007 - Foh is in her second season working at Playwrights Horizons as Assistant to the Artistic Director. Last summer she traveled to Australia with fellow alums Eamonn Farrell, Andrea Davey, Jim Iseman, Jesse Belsky, and Sunil Soman to perform their episodic, multimedia rock theater show The Best in the Brisbane Festival. You can find clips from their Aussie shows at www.bellyofthebest.com.

Julie Foh (T’02)