Juliette is a graduate of The Gaiety School of Acting where she completed the two year intensive actor training course. Since completing the course, Juliette has worked primarily in Dublin theatre, appearing in Venom So Sweet in Theatre Upstairs, and the award winning Half Light as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival. Half Light was restaged in Smock Alley as part of the First Fortnight Festival, having won the award for best mental health play.
She has ample experience in childrens theatre also, having toured with The Gaiety School of Acting’s Shakespeare for Schools Programme, for Junior Cert students, performing the roles of Mercutio and Portia. This year, she tours with The Abbey Theatre, with ‘Me, Sara’ as part of their Priming the Canon series, a programme developed by The Abbey to introduce young children to theatre.
Other credits include True Pirates Never Die with the graduating class of The Gaiety School of Acting 2017, PROCLAMATION directed by Ronan Dempsey, Measure For Measure and Taming of the Shrew both directed by Stephanie Courtney and performed at the National monuments of Ireland.
Juliette played the role of Louise in Writing Home, produced by Filmbase Ireland, which premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh this past July.
She will perform in Fierce Notions a new musical by Fionn Foley, in this years Dublin Tiger Fringe Festival.
Frontline is delighted that several of our clients will be appearing in films in this year’s Galway Film Fleadh. Juliette Crosbie, Sharon Coade and Geraldine McAlinden star in the new Irish feature film Writing Home which has it’s world premiere at the Fleadh on Wednesday 12th July at 10pm in the Town Hall. You can book your tickets here.
Our client Aron Hegarty will also be appearing in Mark Smyth’s short film Leap Of Faith which has its premiere at the festival as part of Irish Shorts 3. You can view the trailer here.