A Note From Julia:

Hi there! I’m Julia Meadows, a New York City based actor. 

Born on a snowy cattle farm in Indiana and raised in the bustling suburbs of D.C., I came to New York City at eighteen years old to study singing at the Mannes College of Music.


A year into college, I began sneaking off to evening acting classes at renowned Meisner conservatory, Maggie Flanigan Studio—and never looked back.

I feel closest to Heaven when I am on stage or on set. I am passionate about story, truth, and character. And I think there is nobility in spilling the paint colors of my soul, that other hearts might catch the splatter.

But enough philosophizing… On to the concrete:

Currently, I work in film, theater, and the occasional (very carefully selected) operatic project. I keep my instrument strong and stylistically flexible, that I might give voice to my characters however they ask. And no matter the medium, I maintain a strict commitment to truthful, vivid storytelling. 

Thank you for visiting my site; please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Let us be tender, let us be wild.



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juicy role/New Musical/EEEk!

Julia is originating the role of Mary Smith, a conflicted female recruit in the U.S. Military during World War II. The first full reading, which took place on February 19th, was a resounding success. Photos are now in the gallery!

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Reel-y Excited (hehe)

Julia’s finally got a film reel, folks.

Scroll down to view :)

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New York Times Feature

Julia has gotten back to her roots and collaborated with avant-garde singing expert/composer extraordinaire, Joan La Barbara, on segments of a new opera about the lives of Virginia Woolf and Joseph Cornell. The concert was pictured in March 15th’s edition of the New York Times!

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Stay tuned! Stage and singing demos to come in Spring 2019….





Hair: Brown  Eyes: Green 

Height: 5’7”  Weight: 140 lb

Voice: Soprano w/ Belt  (Mix/Belt to E5, Legit to E♭6)

AGMA Member

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The most engaging and entertaining character in this entire production.
— Amanda Gunther, D.C. Metro Theater Arts
Breathtaking...raucous nihilism and cheeky profanity extending to a physical presence rare in an Ashley staging.
— Steve Smith, National Sawdust Log
A consummate performer...As she has discovered the depth of her artistry she has never lost her ability to move people - to be real in front of an audience.
— Leslie Stifelman, Conductor and Broadway Veteran



For photos, Clips, and random artistic musings, Follow Julia on Instagram: @sopractress

Otherwise, she can be reached using the form below.

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