Julia has written audio pieces for theatres and podcasts in Canada, the United States, and the UK.  For PROSE jump down.

Piece written and performed by Julia Lederer. From: March 22nd, 2021

For A MOMENT OF YOUR TIME.

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For THE HIDDEN STATION podcast. HERE on iTunes.

Directed by Conor Dowling, Performed by Erin McGathy,

Music by Shamie Harvey. Written by Julia Lederer.

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Cracked Earth

Performed by Amelia Sargisson

Recorded and Edited by Troy Slocum

"In our separate rooms, in our separate houses, we shook all at once..." 

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Created for the Toronto Fringe Festival's Community Booster, 2020.

Performed by Julia Lederer. Edited by Evan Desjardins.

* Adapted into a book, to be released by Baseline Press in September, 2022.

Created for Convergence Theatre's COVID COMMISIONS. 

Performed by Michela Cannon. Edited by Evan Desjardins.

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Selected contributions:

"It's Not Me, It's you -- UNLESS IT'S ME" 
"You cannot take it personally." This is the most basic rule and piece of advice given about working in the arts. It is also completely impossible.  Artist Perspective Essay for Intermission, 2021.  Read it HERE.
“It’s Nothing” Excavates My Experience With An Eating Disorder 
A piece that reflects on the process of making art and the vulnerability and joy of sharing your insides at the Toronto International Film Festival.   For She Does the City, 2019.  Read it HERE.
"Voldemort Nervosa"
" As my fellow "As my fellow undergraduates packed for home or other adventures, I packed a much smaller bag. One with no sharp objects, edibles, alcohol or pills of any kind.... Was I psych ward material?"
A personal essay about the emotions and challenges an eating disorder can cause... and the experience of seeking treatment for one.  For Bitches Be Witches
, 2017.
Read it HERE.
"Cool Ghost"
A spooky tale about being haunted by a ghost that's cooler than you. WTF?  For The Town Crier (of The Puritan), 2017.
Read it HERE.
"The Art of Practicing is Hard to Master"
An essay about the notion of establishing a consistent creative practice and the reality of trying. 
For She Said Notes, 2017.