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Casselman Carlone, Julie


Julie Casselman Carlone is an Alberta-raised multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver. Working primarily as an actor, sound designer and composer, she loves to be a part of new works and collaborations. Actor credits include Wit and The Great Divorce (Pacific Theatre), Eurydice (Plan Z Theatre), Don Giovanni (Vancouver Opera), Jo March in Little Women (FCP), Ursula in Darling, a musical (Springboard Theatre Productions), Mary Warren in The Crucible (WRPC), Never Swim Alone, Fiddler, and As You Like It (TWU). As a Jessie-nominated composer she has worked with companies such as The Arts Club, Bard on the Beach, Pacific Theatre, Alley Theatre, and Twenty-Something Theatre. Her play The Motherers was also a part of SpeakEasy Theatre's Pull Festival, she regularly writes children’s musicals for Gateway Theatre, and she is currently in development of Ever Child, a play based on the foster care system in Canada. Other nominations include Most Outstanding Newcomer (Ovation - 2015), and winner of the Dr. Dasha Goody Award for Musical Theatre (2011). She is proud to be an instructor at the Bolton Academy of Spoken Arts in Vancouver where she helps kids discover their voice. Julie is married to Vancouver comedian and director, Peter Carlone.

Professional Role(s): 
Sound Designer