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Barber, Julie Lyn
Singer, Actor, Playwright, Educator (View Portfolio)
Parker City, IN 47368
765-212-9198
JulieLynBarber@aol.com
www.julielynbarber.com
Description
I sing as a soprano soloist with choirs and orchestras as well as in recital with piano, organ or guitar accompaniment. I also sing with a Jazz band, Main Street Jazz. I am a playwright with a primary focus on children's plays in the British panto style. I work as a professional actor, stage director and choreographer. I teach voice and acting to students of all ages.
Background
I have a Masters degree in Music Theatre and Opera and many years professional experience as a soloist, section leader and choral singer. I am a doctoral student at Ball State University, studying voice performance. I have been a professional actor for 20 years and have experience in most other aspects of theatrical performance. I have won a spot in DivaFest 2010 and 2011, a juried festival for female playwrights. see www.JulieLynBarber.com for detailed resumes.
Services Offered
  • Education presentations to schools, community organizations
  • Teach Art Form
  • Apprenticeship Opportunities/Will Teach or Mentor
  • Commission Works
  • Doing demonstrations
  • Exhibitions/Demonstrations
  • Performances
  • Offer Works for Sale
  • Assisting in Planning Arts Events
  • Speaking About My Work Before a Group
Availability
Please contact me for availability.
Fees
Please contact me for fees.
Portfolio
Julie Lyn Barber with Dirk Etchison in 'The Music Man'
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