Michele Schultz is an actor, singer, and competition-winning screenwriter who got her MFA in Acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. While at Mason Gross, she played Tele in the world premiere of Neil Cuthbert’s Snapping People and Sonya in Anton Chekhov’s The Wood Demon. At the Group Rep’s Lonny Chapman Theatre, she played Ms. Hansen in Class Project for the virtual production of Unhidden Figures, Lottie Lomax in The Secret of Chimneys and Mrs. Mayhew in Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution (both roles originally written for a man!). She also last appeared at Theatre 40 in the world premiere of Sunday Dinner as Margaret Guardino. Other favorite roles include Grace in Bus Stop, Georgia/Kat/Carrie in 26 Pebbles, and Miss Meacham in Separate Tables at Theatre 40, Marguerite Oswald in the world premiere of Alik, Dr. Elizabeth Woolley in Write Me A Murder, Madge in The Dresser, Mrs. Baines in Major Barbara, and Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Michele lives in Los Angeles with her husband and a small menagerie. She is also a practicing entertainment attorney, with a degree from Yale Law School. She occasionally performs choral works with the Santa Monica Symphony and the Legal Voices of the L.A. Lawyers Philharmonic and sang the First Bridesmaid in Gilbert & Sullivan’s Trial by Jury at the Wallis Annenberg.