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Wow, 2010 flew by so fast! I did so much last year: a feature film, independent films, student films, not to mention the plays: one Stoppard, two Shakespeare, one Restoration Comedy, and a musical. 2011 is shaping up to be just as exciting!


After finishing a successful run of Side by Side by Sondheim at Hapgood Theatre Company, I have jumped headfirst into Russian history with Beardo with the Shotgun Players, running March 23- May 1!


Although wrapped on pricipal photography, I will be returning to the set of One Way Home in March, to do some pick up shots. One Way Home "is set just days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the film follows a devoted housewife who must work at a factory in support of her patriotic husband." Also, a film I shot early last year is finally finished! The Once and Future Bride will have it's world premiere this April in Berkeley!

And of course, keep an eye out for me in Red Tails, the upcoming feature film about the Tuskegee Airmen, executive produced by George Lucas. Cast as a swing dancer, these scenes (directed by George Lucas himself) will be part of a large dance hall sequence. See if you can spot me when it is released later this year!

Rave Reviews

Juliet Heller is one of "two fabulous female lead, both with impressive credentials...Delivering a top-notch performance was soprano Heller, who zipped flawlessly through the lyric-laden "Not Getting Married Today," and delighted audiences with "Broadway Baby" and "Losing My Mind"...The two songstresses practically brought down the house with the blockbuster number "You Gotta Get a Gimmick" from "Gypsy." (Side By Side by Sondheim)
-Contra Costa Times, Judith Prieve (January 26, 2011)

“Juliet Heller is absolutely believable as Alexa. She gives a painstaking, fever-pitch interpretation of the character in the first act and skillfully deconstructs her in the second act.” (As Bees In Honey Drown)
-Talkin' Broadway, Richard Connema (December 2, 2008)

“Since operetta is usually considered one point of origin for the musical, it’s interesting to see how Pirates is gathered into the Broadway fold....The adroit G & S shifts from deadpan parody to arch comedy, galloping off into total burlesque seldom come across so delectably...some solid, knowing leads and character roles, especially Juliet Heller’s delightful Mabel...bridge the gap betwixt one stylized form (or its parody) and its looser godchild."(The Pirates of Penzance)
—The Berkeley Daily Planet, Ken Bullock (September 11, 2008)

“Juliet Heller proved a fine counterpart for [Harold Hill]. Her characterization of Marian Paroo held a satisfying balance between righteous indignation, suspicion and sentimentality. Her singing, especially in Goodnight, My Someone and Will I Ever Tell You was quite lovely.” (The Music Man)
—The Stockton Record, Rhonelle Runner (July 31, 2007)

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