Ann Fletcher first appeared on the Boca Grande stage in 2006 as Cherie in Bus Stop and won the Royal Palm Players’ Anna Award for Best Actress the same year.
Since then she has taken on such roles as Julia in Fallen Angels and Amanda in Private Lives, both by Noel Coward; Miss Gwendolen Fairfax in the Oscar Wilde masterpiece, The Importance of Being Ernest and Bobbie Michele in the comedy, The Last of the Red Hot Lovers, by Neil Simon.
Her role as Melissa Gardner in A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, performed with John Shaw and directed by Tad Ingram, earned for her a second Anna Award for Best Actress. She is pleased to be working with John and Tad again.