Julie Vogt

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Dr. Julie Vogt was a scholar of burlesque performance. Her work and research focused on performances from the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, particularly focusing on the well-known burlesque performer Ann Corio. After earning her PhD in theatre and drama from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she went on to teach at the University of Wisconsin, University of Texas-Austin, and Colby-Sawyer College.

From the guide to the Dr. Julie "Uberblonde" Vogt's Archive of Burlesque Movement, 1860-2011, (The Ohio State University. Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute.)

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