Justine Williams is an actor-creator and educator, working in contemporary performance. She holds a BA in Theater from Brown University and an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts from CUNY/Brooklyn College. As a performer, Justine has appeared at the Public Theater, Berkeley Rep, Yale Rep, NYTW, and Ars Nova, among other stages, and she has collaborated with numerous artists and companies dedicated to contemporary and devised performance. Film work as writer, director and/or actor has appeared at MOMA’s New Directors/New Films Festival, Slamdance, Rotterdam International Film Festival, and the Maryland Film Festival, among many others. Multi-media performance work has appeared at Sfumato Theater in Sofia, Bulgaria, Sibiu International Theatre Festival in Romania, The Queens Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Rubin Museum, The Orchard Project, Gallim Dance Space, Dixon Place and the Leslie-Lohman Museum for Gay and Lesbian Art. Justine is on faculty at the Yale School of Drama where she teaches a course Play, and she has taught at Pace University, CalArts, NYU, Movement Theater Studio, and The Studio/NYC. Justine was a 2016 Queer/Arts/Mentorship fellow in Performance, and she is currently an artist-in-residence at Abrons Arts Center.