Lulu Fogarty is actor, director, playwright and teacher who believes everyone has a story to share.
Lulu is a member of Actors Equity Association and has performed on stages in the United States and around the world.
She is a founding member of 360 Repertory Theatre Company.
Check out her performance resume here.
Lulu believes that everyone has a story to tell.
She is the playwright of two ethnodramas. Her first play is about civil and gender rights activist, Lillian Smith, called Lillian Smith: Being Heard. She has traveled to colleges along the East Coast sharing this piece.
Lulu is also writing a new ethnodrama, As the Water Subsides, based off of interviews about politics and identity in Taiwan.
She is committed to facilitating the inclusion of undershared narratives in the classroom and on the stage.
Oh, and she’s a poet! Unpublished so far, but we’re working on that…
Learn more here.
TEACHING AND EDUCATIONAL THEATRE
Lulu is a product of the NYC Public School system, where she teaches Acting and Poetry workshops to high school students. She has also worked all over New York City as a teaching artist, devising theatre with English Language Learners. She is committed to creating culturally responsive curriculums in inclusive settings to engage young people in the arts.
She is currently enrolled in The City College of New York’s Educational Theatre program where she will receive her Masters of Science in Education in 2020.
Since 2014, Lulu has directed young people in over 10 musicals and plays in school and camp settings.
Learn more about Lulu’s experience in education here.
Lulu lives in Brooklyn where she does DIY projects, loves her rescue dog madly, and is planning a wedding with her fiancee.