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“...the voice of Bloodgood is simply unimaginable… the power of her voice almost breaks the walls of  St. Giles Cathedral." 

- Fiona Shepherd, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Scotsman-

“Julianna Bloodgood creates a thrilling performance … She submits her own body to an inhuman discipline...

The samurai spirit emanates from it.”

-Miroslaw Kocur, theatre historian and writer-



“...with powerhouse, wailing vocals from Julianna Bloodgood that seemed she was summoning  the God of War himself.”

- Deborah Klayman, The Reviews Hub, London -

“Emotions from Chekhov's text are so well done… especially listening to Raniewska's dramatic confessions… through the statuesque and perfectly channeled voice of Julianna Bloodgood...”

- Kamila Lapiska, writer for Dziennik Teatralny -

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Julianna  Bloodgood, is a multidisciplinary theatre maker, vocalist and performer. From 2009 - 2018 she worked with award winning and critically acclaimed Polish theatre company Song of the Goat Theatre (Teatr Pieśń Kozła) becoming a principal performer. She is a resident artist with New York based Theater MITU and Slovakian company Honey and Dust. Julianna is the co-founder of The Great Globe Foundation, a non-profit organisation which utilises the power of creativity to inspire and empower the individual voice and to help build bridges between people and communities. Through this organisation she co-founded and led the Dadaab Theatre Project, a youth based theatre initiative in Dadaab, Kenya, the world’s largest refugee camp. Julianna’s work includes anthropological performance research and she has traveled extensively in search of different cultural perspectives on the body, voice and the ritual of performance. Her research with the body and voice has led to an in-depth and ongoing development of this connection which she calls Embodied Voice Practices. Julianna has a particular interest and research in the vocal practice of lamentation, giving shape and voice to our pain, which has become a through line in all of her work. She performs, teaches and researches globally.

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