“Have you ever met a retired professional boxer who is working on her Doctorate in Media and Communications, sings lead for an alt-country band, is a published playwright and theater director and works in a sex shop? No? Well then you should meet Juli Crockett. She has done it all and more.”
— Mike Gormley, Music Connection Magazine
A reel, of sorts, that shows my deal, of sorts.
Alabama-born Juli Crockett is a bona fide Renaissance woman: singer, songwriter, playwright, theater director, retired (undefeated) professional boxer, and amateur champion, ordained minister, Doctor of Philosophy (summa cum laude), and leader of the alt-country/Americana genre-defying band The Evangenitals.
As a playwright/director, Crockett is best known for her adaptations of classic works of literature and philosophy. Her work has been presented at the REDCAT and 24th Street Theatre (Los Angeles), Red Room (New York) and produced by TENT group (Portland, Maine), Portland Experimental Theater Ensemble (Portland, OR), imaginary beasts (Boston, MA), and Padua Playwrights (Los Angeles, CA); festivals: Downtown Film Festival’s Sustainable LA and Edge of the World Festival (Los Angeles), Los Angeles Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Venue 13, Scotland.)