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Anne-Liese Juge Fox

Anne-Liese Juge Fox, Curator/Organizer/Facilitator of the Red Tent: is a native New Orleanian, performing artist/educator. She studied acting at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU and the International School of Theatre Jacques Le Coq in Paris. In San Francisco, she developed her one-Wonder Woman-show, “Ego Rites”, which was selected “Best of the San Francisco Fringe” and toured throughout North America. She was a company member of San Francisco’s Theatre of Yugen and Pacific Playback Theatre with Red Tent facilitator Nan Crawford. In New Orleans, she is a member of ArtSpot Productions with Red Tent facilitator Kathy Randels, where she was a contributing artist/performer for “The Maid of Orleans: A Joan of Arc Story” and the Obie-winning, “Nita & Zita”. After the storm, she and her family lived in a trailer at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park while she made her plans for revitalization through “NOLA Playback Theatre”. NPT is part of an international network of theater improvisation ( that spontaneously transform audience stories and experiences into collaborative performances. NOLA Playback Theatre ( has been combining Story Circle Process with Playback Theatre for over a year with the undoing racism project “Truth Be Told”, and is co-sponsor of V-day’s Red Tent. Anne-Liese was a featured artist for last season’s DramaRama 14 for her new solo piece: “A Car Show” (dir. J Hammons), where she drives up to the audience and performs in, on, around, and on top of her car. C.H.E.S. certified, Anne-Liese has facilitated workshops in integrating the arts in education around issues of community health, has worked as a cultural consultant for (MAP) Fund, and is a curator for the Louisiana State Archives’ upcoming “40 Days and 40 Nights” exhibit. Anne-Liese taught in the theatre departments at Loyola and Tulane universities before becoming a Board of Regents fellow at L.S.U., where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in Theatre. Anne-Liese is a contributing writer of “Swimming Upstream” and a performer for V-Day’s premier reading. She lives with her husband Greg and two sons in the woods of Robert, LA, just down the road from Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park.

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