Julia Tadlock is a Vermont based director and performer. Julia has been working with teenagers for over a decade as an educator, mentor and director; largely through her work as the Artistic Director for the Theater Department at Vermont Academy where she taught and directed for five years.
Julia’s directing credits while at Vermont Academy include: The Drowsy Chaperone, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Guys and Dolls, Peter Pan, 1940’s Radio Hour, Urinetown and Antigone, among many others. She also initiated the wildly popular “24-Hour Play Festival”, which she produced and coordinated for three years.
In addition to Vermont Academy, Julia has directed at The Putney School and has taught through Putney Student Travel’s College Excel program. Julia is a graduate of Bard College where she majored in Theater. Since attaining her Bachelors, Julia has trained with The International School of Corporeal Mime and the New York City based Siti Company. She has also worked internationally with The Blue Raincoat Theatre Company of Sligo, Ireland. Julia is an active member of the local Apron Theater Company where she has acted in many productions such as: Wit (2013), August: Osage County (2014), Top Girls (2015), What Rhymes With America (2016) and will be Assistant Directing this summer’s production of Appropriate under Hallie Flower. Julia is incredibly thrilled to have the opportunity to direct at NEYT with The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940!