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Julie Felise Dubiner

Julie Felise Dubiner is the Associate Director of American Revolutions: the United States History Cycle at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. From 2004-2010, Julie was the Resident Dramaturg at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Prior to Louisville, she was in Philadelphia as Project Manager of The Rosenbach Company and Dramaturg at the Prince Music Theater. Before that, in Chicago she freelanced for Defiant, blue star, Steppenwolf and others. Julie holds degrees from Tufts and Columbia and has taught at University of Evansville, Walden Theatre, University of the Arts, the Philadelphia public schools and Chicago Dramatists. Julie has been a guest dramaturg at the OÕNeill Playwrights Conference, the New Harmony Project, the Kennedy Center/KCACTF, and elsewhere. She is a co-editor of a couple of volumes of Humana Festival anthologies and a co-author of The Process of Dramaturgy. She is a Board Member of LMDA and is the lead mentor for the Early Career Dramaturgs.

Do I Dare
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Do I Dare

11 July 2013

Julie Felise Dubliner writes about her experience as a dramaturg, and examines the role of the MFA in the world of literary management.

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Howlympics
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Howlympics

Dear Bob Costas

6 August 2012

An open breakup letter to Olympic sportscaster Bob Costas

I Dare Us
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I Dare Us

a Manifesto on the 21st Century Literary Office

29 February 2012

Julie Elise Dubliner presents her manifesto for the 21st Century Literary Office. This manifesto was presented as part of the American Voices New Play Institute's 21st Century Literary Office Convening.

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The Bill of Rights for Dramaturgs
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The Bill of Rights for Dramaturgs

31 July 2011

Dramaturg Julie Felise Dubiner, rewrites all of America's constitutional amendments for the world of new play development.