Ann  Randolph

Ann Randolph

Ann Randolph is a playwright and performer. Her shows, including LOVELAND, Squeeze Box (produced by Mel Brooks) Down Home, Shelter, and Miss America have won numerous awards and played to sold out crowds nationally and internationally. Her personal essays and interviews have been featured on NPR, PBS and the BBC. Ann has performed her original material in countless comedy shows with fellow comedians including Will Ferrell, Kat Williams, Cheri Oteri, Maria Bamford, Drew Hastings, Mo Collins, Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant. As member of the WGA, she has written for Gullane Pictures, Lifetime TV, Brooksfilms, PAX, Klasky Csupo in addition to writing the series pilot for If the Show Fits, Wear It. As a nationally recognized educator and keynote speaker she has spoken and performed at universities, conferences, and mind/body/spirit centers. Her widely popular “Write Your Life” workshops are offered across the US with annual stops at Kripalu, the Omega Institute and Esalen.