Darius de Haas, center, in the 2009 world premiere production of Jesus Christ Superstar GOSPEL. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Julie B. Nichols

Julie is an alumna of The Second City’s Mainstage in Chicago where she sound designed, composed for and music directed 4 revues. Previous credits include The Art of Falling, Let Them Eat Chaos, Spoiler Alert: Everybody Dies and the Jeff Award-nominated South Side of Heaven. Additional credits include Black Side of the Moon (Woolly Mammoth Theater, Washington, D.C.) Almost Accurate Guide to America (Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.) and This Way Outta Santaland (Theater Wit, Chicago). Prior to life on the Mainstage, Julie was the Associate Musical Director for Boom Chicago in Amsterdam. She currently teaches and develops new works at the University of Chicago and composes for commercials. 


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