Julie Crosby is the producing artistic director of the Women's Project in New York City, the nation's oldest and largest theater dedicated to producing new plays written and directed by women. Through her work with that company's lab, Crosby provides creative opportunities for artists and producers early in their careers. Crosby has produced 22 off-Broadway plays, including Laura Marks' Bethany, Elfriede Jelinek's Jackie, Catherine Trieschmann's How the World Began, and Kirsten Greenidge's Milk Like Sugar. Previously, she worked for over two decades on Broadway and off, and on international touring productions, including On Golden Pond starring James Earl Jones, Eve Ensler's The Good Body, and Laurie Anderson's Songs & Stories From Moby Dick. She is the recipient of a 2013 Lilly Award. She served as a Center theater panelist in 2012.