Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey collaborate together on works for the stage. Their work wrestles with questions of cruelty, authenticity, ownership, deception, entertainment, and power.
Their work has been presented at Under the Radar at the Public Theater, La MaMa, JACK, Soho Rep, the Deutsches Schauspielhaus, and the Radikal Jung festival at the München Volkstheater. Their piece [50/50] old school animation was profiled in The New Yorker and While You Were Partying was a NY Times Critic’s Pick and a TimeOut NYC’s Top 10 show of 2021.
Julia has worked with New York City Players, Soho Rep, The National Theater of Hungary, and was an Assistant Director on Young Jean Lee’s Straight White Men.
Peter has performed for or collaborated with artists such as 600 Highwaymen, The Wooster Group, Richard Foreman, and the Wallace Shawn-André Gregory Project.
Peter and Julia are collaborators on Matt Romein’s Bag of Worms.