Virginia Carter is proud to be an actor and playwright in the L.A. theater community. A longtime member of Pacific Resident Theater, she’s appeared in King Lear for Seven Actors, Anatol, Everyday Life, and The Brutal Language of Love. She is a member of Rogue Machine Theater Co., Theatre of NOTE, and Salty Shakespeare. She has performed regionally at Hartford Stage, and The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC. Virginia’s play Traffic School won the Source Theater’s National One-Act playwriting competition in 2003. Her play Dorothy has been developed and workshopped at the Hartford Stage Brand:NEW play festival; The Alley Theatre in Houston; The Roundabout Theatre’s Black Box in New York; and Pacific Resident Theater. Dorothy made its debut at Rogue Machine Off The Clock in November 2014. Virginia graduated from Harvard/Radcliffe College, and is a graduate of the Master of Professional Writing program at USC. In L.A., she has studied acting with John Kirby, Joan Darling, and Alfred Molina.