Ann has worked in theatres from one end of the country to the other, having played in The Children’s Hour, Steel Magnolias and Harvey at the Penobscot Theater Company, Bangor, ME; in Bedroom Farce, My Three Angels and Other People’s Money at the Playhouse on Sanibel Island, FL; in Love’s Labours Lost at Lost Nation Theatre in Montpelier, VT; and in Take Up The Song–A celebration of the life and work of Edna St. Vincent Millay, The Belle of Amherst and All The Sweet Sins; The Wicked Wit of Dorothy Parker at N. Carolina Repertory Company on Hilton Head Island. Locally, Ms. Foskett played Sarah, in Quilters, at the Opera House in Boothbay Harbor and just completed a four-year term as President of River Company, where for two seasons she was also Creative Director. At River Company she directed and/or performed in Talking With, Under Milk Wood, A Cheever Evening, Take Up The Song, A Betrothal, Three Tall Women, Art, One Mann’s Maine, A Thurber Carnival and co-directed Short Plays and Monologues by David Mamet. Most recently, Ann directed Wendy Wasserstein’s The Sisters Rosensweig for Lincoln County Community Theatre, appeared as Ruth in The Briefing for the Everyman Rep, and in The River Theatre’s production of Relatively Speaking. Ann also appeared as Louise in the Everyman’s production of Private Lives.