Hello & Welcome

Cars & Theatre. Both have been quite the combo in Julie's life since early days, as is in evidence from this throwback pic taken in the mid-80s at Crest Lincoln-Mercury, where Dick Fitzpatrick ran (and still runs) Crest. (And where brother Dennis, also pictured here still works too.) 

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Julie has begun working at Crest as well. She began her adventures in the car business in earnest in the winter of 2016 - putting a pause on her theatrical adventures and diving into learning Lincolns, Jaguars, and pre-owned vehicles. This site is an exploration and portfolio from her theatrical adventures. Information about Crest can be found at www.crestautomall.com and you are always welcome to walk the lot with us at 185 Amity Road in Woodbridge, CT. Julie works on Crest's social media, websites, car sales, and customer service.

Below is her acting bio:

JULIE FITZPATRICK New York Acting Credits: Dido of Idaho, I Battled Lenny Ross, Sunrise in Times Square, Anniversary, PTSD, Close Ties, Christmas Present, Breakfast and Bed and A Very Very Short Play (Ensemble Studio Theatre); Between Pretty Places, Door Opens Walk Through (13th Street Repertory); Chairs and a Long Table (Ma-Yi Theater Company)In Quietness and The Pillow Book (Firework Theatre); Latvia: Daughter of the Sun (Warner + Shaw); By The Water (MTC/Ars Nova Writer's Room Workshop); Graceful Living (Living Image Arts); Valparaiso (rUDE mECHANICALS.). She has also worked with F*It Club, Theatre of the Expendable, The Lark, Actors Studio, HB Studios, The Playwrights Realm, and Godlight Theater Company. Regionally, Julie played Sally in Talley's Folly (Pittsburgh Public Theater), Haylee in the World Premiere of The Loudest Man on Earth (TheatreWorks), and wrote a solo show called RiddleLikeLove (with a side of ketchup) which performed at numerous theaters including Town Hall Theater in Vermont, where it originated. Her film and television appearances include Law & Order, Very Sorry, Cold Tea and a web series called The Share. UPENN (BS), American Conservatory Theater (MFA).