Juliette is a graduate of The Gaiety School of Acting .
Juliette has just wrapped production on The Other Lamb, directed by international award winning director Malgorzata Zsumowska. She starred in ‘A Paper Airplane’ this summer in several venues, with the Fighting Words Group, and The Abbey Theatre.
Stage Credits Include;
National Tour with The Abbey Theatre in the one-woman play Me Sara (The Peacock Theatre, Mick Lally, Galway)
Irish premiere of Geroid Humphreys Norah (The New Theatre, The Lyric, Watergate, Riverbank) Juliette received high praise for her performance in the titular role. The Shaughraun (Smock Alley), Half Light (Baboro Childrens Festival ’18, The Ark, Smock Alley, The New Theatre), True Pirates Never Die (Smock Alley), award winning Fierce Notions (Smock Alley), Measure for Measure (National Monuments), GIRLPLAY (Morrigu Productions.)
Film Credits include international feature The Other Lamb, the award winning feature Writing Home, Daddy Issues (dir. Tony Kelly) and DIT short PITSTOP.
She is a well known jazz singer in the Dublin scene, having performed and hosted The Dublin Burlesque festival, in ’16 and ’17, as well as being an accomplished musician, trained in several instruments.
Listen to Juliette’s singing material here.
Juliette has also featured as the voice for ‘Anna Meyers’, the female heroine of the video game Murder in The Alps, which is now available on SmartPhone and Tablet for free. She has also voiced the character of Anna Banana on the Nickolodeon Childrens TV show Rainbow Rangers, which has just aired in the US.
Praise for Gerard Humphrey’s ‘NORAH’.
“faultless performance from Juliette Crosbie… and excellent support throughout, particularly from Ian Meehan as the priest and Barbara Dempsey as the… civil servant”
“Remarkable, nuanced and thought-provoking”
“Humphreys does a superb job of conjuring up the horror and the tragedy”
– THE SUNDAY INDEPENDENT
“The title character is…played with impressive conviction by Juliette Crosbie”
“Passionate…timely reminder of the Troubles”
– THE SUNDAY BUSINESS POST
Crosbie embodies the fire and integrity of Anigone, as she beautifully brings to life the spirit and the suffering of the women of the Troubles”
“Norah is successful in striking a theatrical balance between the mythical and the real”
Praise for ‘The Shaughraun’
“…turning in a memorable performance. As does a hugely impressive Juliette Crosbie as the spirited Claire who falls in love with, of all people, an outsider. With her penetrating eyes and mocking half smile, one suspects the camera would love Crosbie as she channels the red headed feistiness of a Mary Kate Danaher. The stage most certainly does. As it does the consistently excellent David Fennelly as the posturing, perplexed, yet principled English Officer Molineux, deeply endearing and desperately in love with his red headed Irish cailín. Indeed, Crosbie and Fennelly exude such natural ease and chemistry, reminiscent of the greats of the screwball, romantic comedy, they’re simply a joy to watch, whether trying to resist the irresistible, or turning butter churning into a delightful innuendo.”
– Chris O’Rourke, The Arts Review
“Juliette Crosbie also impresses with her vocal performance. She is a well-known jazz singer in Dublin and is the strongest vocally of the cast.”
-No More Workhorse
Three members of the Frontline team will be treading the boards this week in Smock Alley Theatre’s production of Dion Boucicault’s Irish classic The Shaugraun.
Aron Hegarty plays the unscrupulous Kinchella with Juliette Crosbie and Jack Mullarkey playing brother and sister Robert and Claire Ffolliott.
A comic caper with lots of heart and adventure, The Shaughraun runs from 31st July to 1st September in Smock Alley Theatre. You can grab your tickets right here.
Here’s a look at the trailer for the show.
Juliette Crosbie is currently starring in Gerard Humphrey’s new play Norah which plays in The New Theatre from 9th to 20th of April before embarking on a national tour. Head on over to their website for more details.