Inside ATC Artist: Julia Brothers

Julia Brothers

was in the world premiere of Women in Jeopardy! at GEVA Theatre with Sean Daniels at the helm. She is thrilled to be joining Daniels again at Arizona Theatre Company, where she was last seen opposite Marlo Thomas in Elaine May’s George Is Dead, which subsequently moved to Broadway (dir. John Turturro). During the pandemic, Brothers was commissioned by SF Playhouse to write and perform her first solo piece, I Was Right Here, directed by Padraic Lillis, which was filmed and ran for five weeks on SF Playhouse’s website. Ah! Pandemic Theatre! Brothers has a passion for developing new work, and some recent world premieres include A Peregrine Falls by Leegrid Stevens (dir. Padraic Lillis) at The Wild Project, NYC; playing God in the Kilbanes’ rock opera Weightless (dir. Becca Wolff) at ACT and at The Public Theater’s Under The Radar Festival; Salesman (Rough Draft Festival, NYC) by Jeremy Tiang (dir. Michael Leibenluft), in which she played Arthur Miller; and Col. Sandra Eden in The Trial of Donna Caine by Walter Anderson (dir. David Saint) at George Street Playhouse. Brothers is a company member of The B Street Theatre and SF Playground. She was named MVP for Bay Area Theatre by the San Francisco Chronicle and has received numerous awards for performances there and regionally.