The Danish Widow

World premiere at NY Stage and Film

Written and directed by John Patrick Shanley

with Kiera Sedgwick 

written and directed by John Patrick Shanley

Manhattan Theater Club

with Timothee Chalamet and Robert Sean Leonard 

The Prodigal Son

"Particularly noteworthy is Boras, superb in her handful of scenes as a supportive wife who's also very much her own person."

Hollywood Reporter 

Macbeth

THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE 

Duke on 42nd st. 

Directed by Arin Arbus

Written by William Shakespeare

with John Douglas Thompson

"Annika Boras’s fierce Lady M"

- Time Out 

"Annika Boras is electric in the role..." 

- NYTheater.com

Chair

THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE 

Duke on 42nd st.  

American Premiere of Edward Bond's Chair

directed by Robert Woodruff

The Miracle Worker

 "Annika Boras is a force of nature" 

  - THE NEW YORK TIMES

Paper Mill Playhouse

Directed by Susan Fenicelle 

Written by William Gibson 

Classic Stage Company

Directed by Brian Kulick, Annie-B Parson, Paul Lazar, Gisella Cardenas

Translation by, Anne Carson 

An Oresteia 

"Annika Boras’s considerable powers are wasted here in the title role." 

- The New York Times

Orlando

Classic Stage Company 

Directed by Rebbeca

Taichman 

By Sarah Ruhl 

Choreography by Annie-B Parson

New York Premier

The Man From Nebraska

Second Stage Theater

Directed by David Cromer

By Tracy Letts 

New York Premier

with Reed Birney, Annette O'Toole

"Ms. Boras gives a wonderful performance and livens the stage every moment she is on it."

- Reviews Off -Broadway

“The first act is dominated by Orlando’s swooning courtship of the mysterious Russian princess (Ms. Boras smolders effectively)”

- THE NEW YORK TIMES

Theater For A New Audience Duke at 42nd st 

Directed by Selina Cartmell

Choreography by Annie-B Parson

By John Ford 

La Jolla Playhouse

Directed by Doug Hughes

By Ayad Akhtar

World Premier

"The most fearlessly self-flagellating performance is supplied by Boras: Nobody does psychosexual squalor quite like she does. And no actress uses her leading-lady beauty against herself quite so effectively."

- Vulture

"At random, I might note Annika Boras, bright, wifely, decent and sexy..."

-San Diego Story

The Broken Heart

JUNK

Irish Repertory Company 

Directed by Charlotte Moore  

Choreography by Barry McNabb

By book and lyrics by Anne Croswell

Music by Lee Pockriss

Based on Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest

ART  

Directed by Gadi Roll 

By William Shakespeare 

“…Adorable, especially Annika Boras, who plays Gwendoline as a sexy prig.”

-THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

“Annika Boras’s surly punk-princess Juliet..."

-The BOSTON PHOENIX 

Ernest in Love

Romeo & Juliet

 -Sundance Directors Lab, NYC - Adderall Diaries  

-The Broken Heart rehearsal - photographed for         THE NEW YORK TIMES

-Vinyard Arts Project - RADA alum devising new work with The Lark playwrights    

Workshops readings 

rehearsal

Paper Mill Playhouse 

Directed by David Schweitzer

By Oscar Wilde

with Lynn Redgrave 

“….the utterly self-possessed Gwendolen (Annika Boras in a charming turn), whose green and white parasol threatens to become a lethal weapon.”

-THE NEW YORK TIMES

The Importance of Being Earnest