Flo Ankah is a French theater maker. Her plays with music have been produced in residency at Joe’s Pub (Edith Piaf Alive) and Feinstein’s/54 Below (Always Paris). She became an ambassador of her culture, writing commissions for Symphony Space (Love is French) and the Miami-Dade Auditorium. With Athena Theater, she was a playwriting fellow, developing Green Apple Taxi, about a foreign artist in New York dealing with the reality of immigration (Flo also wrote the cover letter to her green card petition which is a work of art). Her multi-faceted background includes showing her choreography at Movement Research @ the Judson Church, and in award-winning short films she directed (One Way, Waterfront Access?). Flo Ankah performed in vast (The Shrine Auditorium in LA), intimate (Sleep No More @ the McKittrick Hotel), cultured (MoMA, the Philadelphia Museum of Arts), playful (Dangerfield’s, Upright Citizen’s Brigade) and enclosed spaces (extensive voiceover work). For corporations she is an educator on the topic of Women in the Workplace, and Healing Arts. Flo worked as a translator for the national Comédie Française and John Oliver; and for the Clyde Fitch Report, Flo wrote the essay: When will women lead Storytelling in Hollywood? Atlantic Theater Conservatory graduate.