JULIET MAZER-SCHMIDT JR. is a Detroit-born/NYC-based artist and licensed attorney who found the stage before her second birthday.
A DC-based litigation career led back to theater via long-form improvisation, pivoting to Chicago-based musical improv, yoga instruction, dance, and nonprofit theater fundraising.
In NYC, Juliet’s work began in Broadway-based general and company management, branching out into roles alongside stage management, casting, production, and service as a talent agent. As an artist, she completed The Theatre Lab (DC)’s Life Stories Institute in 2018 and Broadway Advocacy Coalition's 2020 Theater of Change (in partnership with Columbia Law School).
A lifelong professional multi-hyphenate, she works presently on the development of new musical SARAH AND THE SEED (based on the comic by Ryan Andrews) as well as HORSE MIGHT SING, a history (+ synesthesia)-inspired musical play series tracking women across the American railway, and アサヒ (ASAHI) – a graphic novel series blending the worlds of ballet and sumo.
SAG-AFTRA eligible, she welcomes service off- and on-stage – lyricist/writing work a current favorite.
- Off Broadway
- Community Theatre
- NYC/Tri-State Area
Interested in touring?
- Theatrical Lyricist
- Theatrical Bookwriter
- Theatrical Director
- Theatrical Producer
- Arts Administration