Anna Cummer

Calgary Critics Awards 2015

Anna won the "Best Actress in a Play" Critter award this season. Thank you to Louis B. Hobson, Stephen Hunt, and Jenna Shummoogum for the nomination and honour.



Anna will be playing opposite Kyle Jesperson in Duncan Macmillan's Lungs produced by Verb Theatre, directed by Jamie Dunsdon. A young couple wants to have a baby... or do they? This "distinctive, off-kilter love story ... gives voice to a generation for whom uncertainty is a way of life" (The Guardian).  The two-hander runs at the Epcor's Motel from Feb. 5th-14th 2015. For more information and to buy tickets check out:

The Game's Afoot

This Christmas, Anna will appear in The Game's Afoot at Vertigo Theatre directed by Mark Bellamy.  The danger and hilarity are non-stop in this glittering whodunit starring Blair Williams (of Shaw Festival fame) and an impressive cast of Calgary's favourites (Tyrell Crews, Karen Johnson-Diamond, Natascha Girgis, Kevin Rothery, Jan Alexandra Smith, and Maureen Thomas). For more information and to buy tickets, please visit

Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play

This Fall, Anna will appear in Vertigo Theatre's Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play. An amazing ensemble cast (including Christian Goutsis and David LeReaney) will create three of Hitchcock's best known radio plays live in front of a "studio" audience. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit:

Hydee and the Hytops Movie Release

Anna can be heard voicing Charlotte, the drummer, in the new Hydee and the Hytops Movie available at Sketcher stores across North America. 


In the New Year, Anna begins rehearsals for Gaslight at Vertigo Theatre. She plays Bella Manningham, a woman questioning her sanity but is it her mind that is failing her or those around her? Anna stars with Christopher Hunt and Patrick McManus under the direction of Christopher Newton. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit:

Pride and Prejudice


Anna begins her season with Pride and Prejudice at Theatre Calgary playing Caroline Bingley. This production runs first in Calgary and then in Ottawa.  For more information visit: