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​Copyright 2012 Julie Lyn Barber

Upcoming Projects

Will You Come Too?

October 17, 2019

October 17, Toby Theatre-Newfields, Indianapolis, IN

Heartland International Film Festival: Cultural Journey Experience Germany Reception

This is a solo performance piece in the dadist tradition, influenced by Weimar Cabaret and songs of Kurt Weill. Dada was an art movement of the early 20thcentury the rejected logic and the reigning aestheticism, and embraced nonsense and irrationality. In this piece, the actor physically explores an onstage environment while interpreting 4 songs by Kurt Weill (2 English, 1 German, 1 French). Before each song she uses one word of the title to improvise a sound poem, as introduction to the interpretation of the song to follow.

The Liar's Bench

October 26, 2019

October 26, 27 at 3pm

Lab Theatre, Gordon Wilson Hall, Western Kentucky University

WKU's Department of Theatre & Dance will present a staged reading of The Liars' Bench is a new musical that highlights small town life in the early twentieth century through the eyes of the residents of Nashville, Indiana. The musical offers a look into the town’s history, through the eyes of those who inhabited this “town that time forgot” in the 1920s. With the advent of automobiles, artists found this quaint Brown County landscape, and flocked there, followed by tourists, offering both excitement and frustrations for local residents. The characters are based on real people, some of whose relatives still live in Brown County. This musical is scheduled to have its premiere in the summer of 2020 at the Brown County Playhouse in Nashville, IN.

Christmas Through the Ages - Indianapolis

December 19, 2019

December 19-22, 2019

at The Basile Theatre, Indyfringe, 719 E. St. Clair St., Indianapolis, IN

Back by popular demand! Julie will join forces with Dave Ruark, Darrin Murrell and Sage Barber Murrell once again to bring this family musical back to Indianapolis this holiday season at the new District Theatre (formerly Theatre on the Square) on Mass Ave., in Indianapolis. This quick-paced cabaret traces the history of Christmas through its music and stories, brought to life through humorous vignettes. We begin in pre-Christian era Rome and end up back in the 21st Century. Chock full of your favorite Christmas songs and hopefully a few new favorites to take home, including. some accompaniment by period instruments including bowed and plucked psaltery, guitar, and tin whistle.

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