Justine Williams is a screenwriter, filmmaker, performer and acting teacher specializing in physically-based pedagogy centred around play, games, ensemble – building and devised theatre techniques at the Yale School of Drama, The Funny School of Acting in collaboration with mentor and master teacher, Christopher Bayes.Her teachings have been experienced at NYU, Juilliard, Brown/Trinity, CalArts, Pace University, and many other conservatory training programs for actors and directors. Her work as a performer and a creator has been presented at Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, The Public Theater, NYTW, and Ars Nova, as well as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Rubin Museum, Queens Museum, Maryland FF, New Director/New Films, Sibiu Int. Theater Festival in Romania, Sfumato Theater in Bulgaria and the Grahamstwon International Theater Festival in South Africa. etc…She has received residencies to create new work through Abrons Arts, Dixon Place and the Orchard Project. Justine is a 2015 Queer Arts Mentorship fellow, under filmmaker Ira Sachs, and a 2018 NYWIFT fellow in their “Script to Preproduction” program, working feature film projects.