Acting Through Song
Theatre credits include:
Follies (Christine), Network (News reporter) both at The National Theatre, Saving Jason (Angela), The Rise & Fall of Little Voice (Mari Hoff), Spend Spend Spend, Offie Nominated Best Female (Viv Nicholson), Mrs Henderson Presents (Aggie), King Pit, From Here to Eternity (Mrs Kipfer), Annie (Miss Hannigan), Stepping Out (Mavis), Evita, The Snowqueen, Jolson (Julia Rooney), Chicago (Go-to-hell Kitty), Merrily We Roll Along (Evelyn), Scrooge (Ghost of Christmas Past), Magic of the Musicals, The Cheeky Chappie (Ruth), Just So (Zebra) directed by Julia McKenzie, Follies (Christine), original cast of Chess, directed by Trevor Nunn, West Side Story (Clarice), Spring & Port Wine (Hilda) and Of Mice & Men (Susy).
Film & TV credits include:
Dear Stranger, London Road, From Here to Eternity, Close & True, BAFTA nominated Hero of the Hour, Chucklevision, Crimewatch, Project Freebird, The Two Ronnie’s, Laurence Olivier Awards, Des O’Connor Show and The Royal Variety Performance.
Workshop credits include:
Papadopoulos! (Nanny P, Dir: Tania Azevedo), Women In Power (Woman, Dir: Blanche McIntyre), Doris Stokes (Doris, Dir: Christian Durham), Billy Elliot the Musical (Dead Mum, Dir: Stephen Daldry) and Naughty Pour Homme (Mephistopheles, Dir: Jez Bond).
Recordings/Radio credits include:
Follies, King Pit, From Here To Eternity, Merrily We Roll Along, Jolson, Just So and Scrooge.
Choreography credits include:
No One In The World, Little Me, Pajama Game, Follies, Sweet Charity, Company, Nine, Into The Woods, The Wiz, A Little Night Music, City Of Angels, A Chorus Line, (Royal Academy of Music), Jack & the Beanstalk (Theatre Royal Stratford), UK premiere of Naked Boys Singing (Madam Jo Jo’s), Stones in his Pockets (Upstairs at the Gatehouse Theatre), The Swingle Singers Album Concert (Bloomsbury Theatre), Ash (Arcola Theatre), Elton John Concert (Royal Albert Hall), Doctors (BBC), Witloof Bay (Eurovision song contest) and Investiture of Stephen Sondheim’s London Concert (Dukes Hall, RAM).
In 2003 Julie received an HonARAM from the Royal Academy of Music for her contribution to Musical Theatre and she’s also very proud and honoured to be a patron of LCPA.
Julie Armstrong (she/her/hers)