Anne Gottlieb most recently appeared as Mary Haines in the IRNE award winning production of The Women (Speakeasy Stage), as Agnes in Silence (New Repertory Theater), The Heidi Chronicles andDinner with Friends (Gloucester Stage), As You Like It, and The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare & Company) and has appeared in numerous productions in Boston and professional tours to New York, London and Moscow’s Podium Festival. She produc ed, co-authored, and performed in the play Anam Cara: Two Women Fall into the Ancient Tale of Gilgamesh which toured to The Roy Hart Theatre in France. For her performances in Betrayal (The Nora Theatre) and in Antony and Cleopatra (Boston Theatre Works), she received the 2003 IRNE Award.
Directing credits include Bartleby the Scrivener, The Actor’s Ensemble (New York), The Survivor,Boston Center for the Arts, Horton Foote Trilogy, Southwick Studios, 4.48 Psychosis with AdrianneKrystansky,Brandeis Festival of the Arts and Cyrano De Bergerac for M.I.T. She has taught Acting and Shakespeare at Boston College, Brandeis University, University of Rhode Island and the University of Southern Maine.
She is the co-creator of a new play, The Wrestling Patient based on the letters and diaries of Dutch Jewish writer, Etty Hillesum. She has created this piece in collaboration with with OBIE award winning director, Katie Pearl and nationally acclaimed playwright, Kirk Lynn.
Her production company FortyMagnolias Productions has joined forces with Speakeasy Stage Company and Boston Playwright's Theatre for a World Premiere at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, March 27-April 11.
She serves as a Resident Scholar at the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University in Theater: Acting and Collaborative Writing.