Acting; Theatre; Collaborative Process
B.A., Boston University
Anne Gottlieb works in professional theatre as an actor, director, producer and creator of collaborative work. She has performed in numerous award winning productions over the last 15 years. Most recently she appeared in Futurity (a Musical by The Lisps) at the American Repertory Theatre and the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis. She is the recipient of the 2011 Elliot Norton Award for Best Performance for her work in In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) at SpeakEasy Stage as well as Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune at The New Repertory Theatre for which she also received an Independent Reviewer's of New England Award. Anne founded FortyMagnolias Productions in 2007 and in 2009 co-produced, co-created and acted in the world premiere of The Wrestling Patient, based on the diaries and letters of Etty Hillesum. She has taught Acting and Voice at Brandeis University, Boston College, University of Southern Maine and many other colleges and private studios. Anne is a devoted student and teacher of the Michael Chekhov work and is on the faculty of MICHA. Additionally, Anne is an executive consultant working with business leaders internationally in the area of leadership presence and presentation skills. Anne Currently resides in Boston and New York.
Anne Gottlieb’s will continue to revise and work with the collaborative team for The Wrestling Patient, inspired by the writings of Etty Hillesum, in preparation for other productions around the country and abroad. She is in the early stages of creating a new piece based on the poetry of Pablo Neruda and other poets.
Anam Cara: Two Women Fall into the Ancient Tale of Gilgamesh. By Anne Gottlieb, Susan Thompson, and Judi Wilson.
The Wrestling Patient written by Kirk Lynn in collaboration with Anne Gottlieb and Katie Pearl.