Julian Mulock

Mr Watson

Season 1

Julian Mulock has worked in many aspects of theatre on both sides of the footlights. Among his favorite onstage roles (apart from an excess of British farces) are as Oscar Wilde in the North American premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love with John Neville, directed by Herbert Whittaker; Dr Treves in The Elephant Man, Charles Condomine in Blithe Spirit and Bertram in the Canadian premiere of Vaclav Havel’s Largo Desolato. Among his credits as a director are The Browning Version (Rattigan), Time of My Life (Ayckbourn), An Inspector Calls (Priestley) and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolfe (Albee). He devised and directed the Noel Coward review An Evening to Amuse and wrote the script for the Cole Porter review Cole Porter Tonight both for the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto.