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Julie began her acting training at the Angoulême Conservatory with Sandrine Hutinet and Marc Legras (2011-2012), and performed in two productions ("Spring Awakening" by Franck Wedekind, directed by Sandrine Hutinet, and "The Fables of La Fontaine," directed by Marc Legras). In early 2014, she joined the Zavtra collective in Limoges to assist in its development. She then entered the Clermont-Ferrand Conservatory in 2014, where she was taught by Pascale Siméon, Christophe Hurelle, and Bruno Marchand, and acted in five productions ("DNA" by Dennis Kelly, directed by Pascale Siméon, "Small Talk" by Carole Fréchette, directed by Christophe Hurelle, "The Trial of Hélène Brion," directed by Christophe Hurelle, "Martyr" by Marius von Mayenburg, directed by Pascale Siméon, "We, the Heroes" by Jean-Luc Lagarce, directed by Bruno Marchand). She directed "The Sorrow of the Ogres" by Fabrice Murgia and graduated with honors and jury commendations in 2016. Concurrently, she formed the Béring collective and adapted "Parloir" by Pépito Matéo with the Riom detention center. The body is a fundamental aspect of Julie's work. Thus, she participated in the contemporary and hip-hop dance project "Let's Gooo" by Company Daruma for two years. Later, she attended daily physical theatre trainings with Divadlo Continuo Theatre. In September 2019, she co-founded the ALTER EGO (X) company with Théo Majcher in Paris and joined the Master Acting program at the Zurich University of the Arts to develop her creation "Lick My Heart." There, she had the opportunity to work with international artists such as Peter Ender, Danny Exnar, Annemarie Kaufmann, Stefanie Beckmann, Anne Süster Andresen, Dominic Huber, etc. Attentive to details, she directs all her artistic work towards movement and material. In parallel, Julie holds a Master's degree in management of cultural and audiovisual activities. She has had the opportunity to work within various structures, such as Micadanses and its Faits d'hiver festival in Paris, the Enfants Sauvages company, Plum Yard, and Divaldo Continuo Theatre in the Czech Republic.

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