Juliette is a graduate of The Gaiety School of Acting where she completed the two year intensive actor training course. In addition to acting, Juliette is a skilled musical theatre performer, and has appeared in Venom So Sweet in Theatre Upstairs, and the award winning Half Light as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival. She has toured nationally with Half Light, which has received critical acclaim over the last 2 years.
She has also performed in the award winning Irish musical Fierce Notions by Fionn Foley, playing the role of Republychus. She is a well known jazz singer in the Dublin Burlesque scene, having performed and hosted at the festival, for the last 2 years running. She is an accomplished musician, skilled in several instruments.
Juliette has ample experience in theatre for children, having worked rigorously in theatre in education with The Abbey Theatre, performing the one woman play Me Sara as part of their Priming The Canon programme, playing the role of Sara Tansey from “Playboy of the Western World”. She has toured with the show, performing in schools and theatres across the nation including The Peacock in Dublin and Baboro Children’s Festival in The Mick Lally Theatre in Galway.
Juliette received critical acclaim for her performance in Gerard Humphrey’s play NORAH, playing the titular role, of a Northern Irish Hunger Striker’s sister in 1981. She toured nationally with the show playing The New Theatre, The Pavillion as well as The Lyric Theatre, Belfast.
She also received praise for her performance as Claire Ffolliott in Smock Alley Theatre’s Summer Show ‘The Shaughraun’.
This Autumn, Juliette will tour Half Light, further afield, to the Baboro Children’s Festival, Galway, as well as The Arc, Dublin.
A skilled Voice Over artist, Juliette has featured as the voice for ‘Anna Meyers’, the female heroine of the video game “Murder in The Alps”, soon to be released.
Other theatre credits include True Pirates Never Die with the graduating class of The Gaiety School of Acting 2017, Proclamation, directed by Ronan Dempsey, with the graduating class of 2016, GSA “Shakespeare for Schools” programme, Romeo and Juliet and Merchant of Venice.
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.
A lot of Frontline’s actors are very busy as Dublin Fringe season descends on Dublin. Here’s a rundown of all the Frontliners working on shows at this years festival. So yes, take this as our (lightly biased) list of top recommendations!
Donncha O’Dea will appear as a troubled ventriloquist in Dummy from Morb which plays the Peacock Theatre from September 9th to 16th at 6.30pm nightly. Book Tickets.
Juliette Crosby and Tom Moran will appear in the fierce exciting Fierce Notions from Ill-Advised Theatre Company. It runs from September 11th-17th in The Black Box at Smock Alley Theatre. Book Tickets.
Emer Casey appears in the new show from Alice Malseed and Sarah Baxter it’s getting harder and harder for me which plays Smock Alley Theatre from September 10th to 14th. Book Tickets.
Aine Ni Laoghaire takes to the stage as the Preacher in Neon Western, the acclaimed show from Conflicted Theatre & Peter Power. It runs from Sep 09 -10/13 -17. Book Tickets.
Fiona McGeown directs a new show for her company Painted Bird. Susanne R. Day’s ‘Toilers’ – Her Lost Play runs at The Lir from September 19th to 23rd. Book Tickets.