Ann Noble

AT ANTAEUS: Hedda Gabler, The Crucible, Macbeth, Peace In Our Time, The Liar, and The Malcontent. Recent credits:The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane  directed by Casey Stangl (South Coast Rep); The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? and The Laramie Project- Ten Years Later directed by Ken Sawyer (LA LGBT Center); Other Desert Cities directed by caryn desai (ICT of Long Beach); Belfry  directed by Veronica Brady (Malibu Playhouse); An Ideal Husband directed by Gigi Bermingham (Sierra Madre Playhouse).  Other LA theater:  Anastasia Krupnik (SouthCoast Rep); The Fall To Earth, Bedroom Farce and London’s Scars (Odyssey); American Dead  (Rogue Machine); Sidhe, And Neither Have I Wings To Fly, The Friendly Hour, Big Death & Little Death, Shove and Bunbury  (Road); Orange Flower Water (Victory); Betrayal  (ETC of Santa Barbara).  Upcoming performances include a one-woman show on Barack Obama’s mother at the LA LGBT Center this summer, directed by Mark Bringelson.  She can also be seen in the new-media series’ We Have To Stop Now and Nurses Who Kill…  Originally from Chicago, she is also an award-winning, internationally produced playwright/screenwriter.  Her plays include:  And Neither Have I Wings To Fly, The Boarding House, Ariadne’s Thread, The Pagans and Sidhe, with her most recent offering being a new stage adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.