LAURA FOIS BOSLEY most recently played Smitty in James Bosley’s BROAD CHANNEL, though she may best be remembered for her eyebrows in K COMMA JOSEPH in which she played The Receptionist. She also played Whitman in UP’s ALL THE BEST INGREDIENTS. Previously with UP she wrote and directed “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” at the Medieval Festival in Ft. Tryon Park. She has had leading roles Off-Broadway in SISTER’S DANCE and A RITUAL OF FAITH at the Lions Theater, both for Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT) where she is also a member. Other productions with EAT: TELL, FOREIGN BODIES, A MESSAGE FROM ANGELA, EIGHT TIMES AROUND, etc. Other New York: VANISHING POINT (EST), COOTIES; PORCELAIN BABY (MCC Theatre), THE VOICE OF THE PRAIRIE (Arclight Theatre), WILDE’S PRINCE (York Theatre). Regional: SYLVIA, 110 IN THE SHADE & NUNSENSE (all with Dorset Theatre Festival), AS THOUSANDS CHEER (Adirondack Theatre Festival), BLUE STARS & THE DEAREST OF FRIENDS (ID Theater Co.).  Her ten minute play, TAG LINES, was produced as part of UP’s one act evening, 4, as well as in the 2012 BolderLife Festival in Colorado, and as a reading at the Estrogenius Festival in NYC in 2012.