Ann Randolph is considered one of the most gifted and innovative writer-performers in the country, as well as a renowned inspirational speaker and teacher. Her first solo theater performance, the Ovation Award-winning Squeeze Box, was produced off Broadway by Mel Brooks, and then toured the United States before headlining at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Loveland, her second solo show, played for two straight years in San Francisco, winning the SF Weekly award for best solo show and the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for best original script. In Los Angeles, Loveland played to sellout audiences and garnered her the LA Weekly award for best solo show.
Called a “tour de force” by the Washington Post and “wickedly hilarious” by the Los Angeles Times, Ann has been featured on The Moth, National Public Radio, PBS, and BBC. She is a frequent presenter at the Kripalu Institute for Yoga & Health, the Omega Institute, and the Esalen Institute, and at mind-body-spirit conferences, including Wisdom 2.0, Success 3.0, and the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium.
In her popular Write Your Life workshop, she helps others bring their unique and powerful stories to life on the page and the stage.