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ABOUT US Julie Kramer recently directed True Art by Jessica Provenz (The Directors Company); Pearls Gone Blue

by Leslie Kramer (Fringe NYC Overall Excellence AwardBest Musical); Hillary: A Modern Greek Tragedy With A (Somewhat) Happy Ending by Wendy Weiner (New Georges); Mother Load by Amy Wilson in New York and on National Tour; Baby Love by Christen Clifford at 45 Bleecker/Hourglass Group; and None of the Above by Jenny Lyn Bader at The Lion and at New Georges. Julie was the recipient of a New Georges Special Project Grant to direct a workshop production of Hillary at The Public Theatre. Other New York directing credits include Searching for the 60s by/with Wendy Weiner for The American Living Room Festival at HERE; Its a Hit, A Killer New Musical by Melissa Levis, David Weinstein and Beth Saulnier; Elements of Style by/with Wendy Weiner (Fringe/NYC); Taught and Andrew Secunda's One Woman Show (Best of ComedyTime Out New York) at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and a showcase for ABC/TV at The Beckett Theater. She directed three shows for the HBO/US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen (including Amy Wilsons A Cookie Full of Arsenic); Nixons Daughters for The O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut, and Baby Love for the Uno Festival in Victoria, Canada and the Mesto Zensk Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia. As a guest artist at NYU she directed Out of Mind by Jenny Lyn Bader, and Boy Gets Girl by Rebecca Gilman. She's a member of SDC. Amy Wilson appeared on Broadway as Sunny Freitag in the Tony Award-winning play The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Other NYC credits include Hobson's Choice (Atlantic Theater Company), Hamlet (Target Margin), and Mother Load, a onewoman play which Wilson premiered off-Broadway in 2007 before touring to sixteen other cities nationwide. In May 2012, Wilson directed the New York City premiere of Listen To Your Mother, which featured live readings by local writers and performers on the beauty, the beast, and the barely-rested of motherhood. Wilson was a series regular on the sitcoms Norm (ABC) with Norm MacDonald and Daddio (NBC) with Michael Chiklis, and had a recurring role on Felicity. Other TV guest appearances include Blue Bloods, Ed, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Deadline, Boston Common, and All My Children. Her film credits include Kinsey, Kissing Jessica Stein, Keeping the Faith, and Ira and Abby. Wilson wrote and performed sketch comedy with Live on Tape, which shot six episodes of a latenight comedy show for NBC in Saturday Night Lives studios. Besides Mother Load, she has created three other solo shows with director Julie Kramer; one of them, A Cookie Full of Arsenic, was featured at the HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, where TV Guide said it won raves. Wilson is also the author of the memoir When Did I Get Like This? (HarperCollins, 2010) and a contributor to the new anthology Wedding Cake for Breakfast. Her writing has also appeared in Parenting, Redbook, American Baby, and babytalkmagazines, and on websites like Huffington Post, Babble, Yahoo! Shine, and CNN.com.