Julie Dapper

Julie has been a member of the Concord Players since 1996. She appeared with the Players as Portia in Julius Caesar in the 1997 "Scenes from Shakespeare" and as Flora in Tennesse Williams' A Perfect Analysis Given By a Parrot performed at the 1998 Fall Huddle.

Julie recently completed Shakespeare and Company's Winter 1999 Instesive with Tina Packer. She appeared with the Bulington Players as Ouiser in the EMACT Festival 1998 award-winning production of Steel Magnolias. Recent roles include, Elizabeth in Richard III at the Vokes Theatre, Madam Aigreville in Love By the Bolt with the Winchester Players and Catherine in Arms and the Man at the Peabody House Theatre.

Julie has studied acting in Boston with Andrea Southwick and Southwick Studio and at Emerson College in England. She has strong ties to the town of Concord where she worked for twelve years at Orchard House, Home of the Alcotts, as writer, historical interpreter, educator and living history performer.



Concord Player Productions
A Perfect Analysis Given By a Parrot (Fall Huddle)
Scenes from Shakespeare (Julius Caesar)