Ann Colby Stocking, she/her, Favorite roles include Gretty in John Belluso’s Gretty Good Time (Theatre Alliance/Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.), Masha in Mayakovsky and Stalin (written and directed by Murray Mednick, The Lounge), Mary in Bhutan (Rogue Machine), Hans/Ling/The Girl in The Golden Dragon and Sasha in COLD/TENDER (Boston Court Pasadena), “Queen” Duncan in Macbeth (The Vagrancy), the Nurse in Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis, and Edgar the Ventriloquist in Charles Mee’s Paradise Park (City Garage), Madame Cloveece in The Unrequited (Cornerstone Theatre), Helen/Emmy in The Body of Bourne (Mark Taper Forum), Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Noho Arts Center), and The Player King in LA Women’s Shakespeare’s Hamlet.  T.V./Film:  The Farrelly Brother’s Stuck on You, Snowfall (FX), Twins (The WB), and The Cool Kids (Fox). MFA Acting, UCLA. Member of Actors’ Equity Association.