Current 4th year student, Julie Power, to perform at National Concert Hall

A current 4th year musical theatre student, Julie Power, is playing the part of “Julie”, (leading lady), in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, with the Rathgar and Rathmines Musical Society, opening in the National Concert Hall November 13th.

We would like to take this opportunity of wishing Julie a wonderful show.

Originally from Waterford, Julie started acting at a young age when she joined the David Hennessy Stage School in 2006. Since then, she has been heavily involved in the local theatre scene where she was a member of the South Eastern Theatre Group playing roles such as Fantine (Les Misérables), Gigi (Miss Saigon) and Cosette (Les Misérables), as well as being involved with various other companies such as Ignite Productions, Loose Screw Theatre Company and Waterford Panto Society. Recently, Julie travelled with the company of the new Irish musical Find Your Way Home where she originated the role of Eva. The show went on tour in the US which included performances in Albany, Boston and New York City. She also played the role of Jill in the pantomime, Polly and the Beanstalk in the Olympia Theatre last Christmas. This summer, Julie toured across England with the National Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, performing in their productions of Iolanthe, Ruddigore, Trial by Jury, The Sorcerer and The Pirates of Penzance. Julie received a Distinction in the Foundation Diploma in Acting and Theatre Studies from The Lir Academy, Dublin, as well as a Level 7 Diploma in Musical Theatre from the Irish College of Music Theatre. She is currently in her final year of the BFA programme in Musical Theatre in American College Dublin.