Writer: Julie Feinstein Adams

Julie Feinstein Adams has spent time on either side of the page — as journalist and theater reviewer behind the keyboard, and as a performance artist, storyteller, and improvisor onstage. Her writing credits include: East Bay Express, San Francisco Weekly, SFist, Bravo Your City, Theatre Bay Area magazine, Scene magazine (Canada), and now, Better Lemons! Having grown up in the Los Angeles area, Julie has many connections to the local theater and film communities. However, her body, heart, and most of her performing and writing work continues to be San-Francisco-Bay-Area based, where she has been living since 1987. She completed her Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Arts (writing and performance) from San Francisco State University in 1996, and was certified to teach Action Theater in 2006. Julie is also a photographer, a foodie, a mother, a coach, and - in addition to journalistic writing and editing - she works as a website content and newsletter writer for visual and performing artists, arts organizations, and creative entrepreneurs. Past clients include SF Opera and the San Francisco Arts Commission. She lives in Alameda, CA. Learn more about her Island city at https://www.bravoyourcity.com/microguide/alameda-california & for more about her personal and professional work, visit JFACommunications.com and StarJoyful.guru .

Alta Abbott Reflects on Directing Ruthless! The Musical for Theatre Palisades (Now Playing), and the Complexity of Doing a Genre Piece

“I’m very new at this,” director Alta Abbott jokes, noting that she’s been “in theater” in one way or another since childhood (she’s now 55). “I started ushering with Long Beach Civic Light Opera at age 11! They took me under their wing and taught me everything, from rails to costuming. One day, the conductor … Continue reading Alta Abbott Reflects on Directing Ruthless! The Musical for Theatre Palisades (Now Playing), and the Complexity of Doing a Genre Piece


Interview With Multi-Talented Marc Antonio Pritchett About Directing Mousetrap at Theatre Palisades

Director Marc Antonio Pritchett is currently rehearsing his cast for the next main stage production Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap at Theatre Palisades. I sat down with this classically trained actor, singer, and stunt combatant to learn more about his take on this classic crime script and uncover a few details about this multi-talented entertainment industry … Continue reading Interview With Multi-Talented Marc Antonio Pritchett About Directing Mousetrap at Theatre Palisades

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