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Julie Bleha

JULIE BLEHA is a dramaturg with Compagnia de' Colombari and has worked for many other companies and universities as a dramaturg, director, and educator.

WOMEN IN THE TRENCHES: HENRY V STEPS INTO THE HAZARD

I first met Jessica Bauman—the director of Into the Hazard [Henry 5], her sharp new adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry V—when, as literary manager of the now-defunct Workhouse Theater, I’d asked New Georges artistic director Susan Bernfield to recommend women directors upon whom I could call for our reading series.

LACING ON THE GLOVES: Beautiful Burnout Hits St. Ann’s Warehouse

It must have been slightly off-putting for members of the National Theatre of Scotland, in town in 2008 to perform their critically praised Iraq war piece Black Watch at DUMBO’s renowned St. Ann’s Warehouse, to learn that the venue lacked a certain basic amenity: showers.

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JUL-AUG 2020

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