Emily thought parenting was tough. Then her daughter traveled back in time for a visit.
|Young Giulietta||Julia Miller|
|Grown Giulietta||Merrick McWherter|
written by Jen Kollmer
produced by Jen Kollmer and Alisha Lumea
sound design by Audiohm Media
special thanks to Sibyl Kollmer for all her help with the story and editing (and removing cuss words because kids might listen to this)
Emilie Brooks (Emily) stepped on stage at age six and never looked back. An actor, director, and teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years. Regionally she has worked at or spent seasons with American Conservatory Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Mark Taper Forum, La Jolla Playhouse, Huntington Theatre, and Pittsburgh Public Theatre. In Bay Area she has appeared at Aurora Theatre, Berkeley Rep, Magic, San Jose Rep, PlayGround, and AlterTheater, among others. Recent film and television work include 13 Reasons Why, Starting Over, Damaged, A Wake Four Pounds of Flowers, The Fifth Stage of Labor, and Ceremony, plus a whole slew of commercials, voiceovers, industrials and video games. She holds a B.A History and Theatre from Duke University and New College, Oxford, and an M.F.A from CalArts. www.emilietalbot.com
David Boyll (Tim) is a San Francisco actor, improvisor, and voiceover artist. In 2020, he will play the lead role in Shotgun Players’ World Premiere of Eliza Clark’s Quack and will appear in both Ayckbourn’s Taking Steps, and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time at Pear Theatre. Recent work: American Hero and Kurt Vonnegut’s Mother Night, Custom Made; Present Laughter, Pear Theatre; The Odd Couple (Felix), Ross Valley; Partition, Indra’s Net; Come Here Often?, Left Coast. David has studied, played, and directed improvised theatre at BATS, Improv Lab, and Un-Scripted Theater Company, and is represented by Stars Agency. davidboyll.com @davidboyll
Merrick McWherter (Grown Giulietta) is thrilled to be making her debut with the Theatrophone Podcast. Currently getting her MFA at Academy of Art University, she has been previously seen on stage in Eurydice as Big Stone, the Eternal Feminine in Wittenberg, Meg in Crimes of the Heart, Catherine in Enemy of the People and Titania and Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support. www.instagram.com/merrick_mcwherter/
Julia Miller (Young Giulietta) has appeared in Tomorrow Youth Repertory’s The Tempest. Julia also enjoys reading, singing, writing, and linguistics. She is fluent in Chinese and is in 6th grade in Alameda, CA.