DANA BROOKE is an actor and playwright based in NYC. She starred in the award-winning feature film “Laura Gets A Cat” (streamable on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Tubi), for which she won Best Actress at the Reno Tahoe International Film Festival. In New York, she has been featured in productions opposite Chita Rivera, Mike Birbiglia, Reed Birney, has worked multiple times with Arthur Laurents, and has performed with The Journey Company, New Light Theater Project, Cardinal Group, The Lark, New Circle Theatre Company, and NYCFringe. Dana is a company member at B Street Theatre (co-founded by Timothy Busfield), where she has played lead roles in CONSTELLATIONS, IRONBOUND, VENUS IN FUR, OTHER DESERT CITIES, LAST TRAIN TO NIBROC (TRILOGY), THE REALISTIC JONESES, OUTSIDE MULLINGAR, among others. Additional regional credits include George Street Playhouse, New Jersey Repertory Company, Cincinnati Playhouse, Florida Repertory Theatre, Playhouse on Park, Valdez Theatre Conference, and NNPN’s National Showcase of New Plays. Her television credits include FX's “Damages”, NBC's “Ed”, and Fox's “Canterbury's Law”. As a playwright, Dana’s full-length adaptations EXTRAORDINARY THINGS: THROUGH THE EYES OF ANNE FRANK, THE THREE MUSKETEERS, and THE SWORD IN THE STONE were commissioned and received full productions for B Street Theatre’s Family Series. Her original full-length plays, IN BETWEEN THE HOURS and WILL, have received staged reading around the country, as well as workshop productions in NYC.