Anna Fox is an alliterative amalgamation of performer/poet/playwright and aspiring astrologer. Her work has been seen at The Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Sam French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival, Fusion Theater Company, Live Girls!, NYCfringe, Tongue in Cheek Theatre, Wide Eyed Productions, Fresh Produced LA, Route 66 Theatre and Free Fall Baltimore. Her play ALASKA IN THE SUMMERTIME is featured on’s Bare Wire Theater podcast (available for download on Itunes), and her plays RON DON JON JUAN and SITTING CAUSES CANCER AND OTHER MODERN TRAGEDIES were featured in Theater Masters National MFA Playwriting Competition, and both published by Samuel French. She is an alumna of The Eugene O’ Neill Theatre Center’s NTI Advanced Playwriting Semester, has partaken in Pataphysics workshops at The Flea, and is the co-founder and producer of The Pioneer Valley New Works Festival, taking place each summer in her idyllic hometown of Amherst, MA. BS Skidmore College. She is a current MFA student at UCLA.

She also enjoys writing nonfiction, poetry, children's books, modern dance, music, making visual art and collaborating with others in any/all of these realms.

She has taught satire and parody writing, yoga and comedy improv classes to people ages 6-87, and is currently teaching playwriting to undergraduate students at UCLA, as well as creating musical theater pieces with kids and teens on the autism spectrum.

Check out her collaborative interview/photo project on only children here