SHONA TUCKER is currently performing on Broadway in the critically-acclaimed production of To Kill a Mockingbird, a new play based on the timeless novel by Harper Lee. She recently performed in Yale Repertory Theatre's Mary Jane by award-winning playwright Amy Herzog. Previous performances include Love/Sick directed by Chris Edwards, Eclipsed at Yale Repertory Theatre, and John Cariani’s Almost, Maine with Half Moon Theatre Company. Her Off Broadway credits include: New York Theater Workshop, Lincoln Center Directors' Lab, The Public Theater, Circle in the Square, Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, and La MaMa, e.t.c. She has worked at numerous regional theaters, including three years as a company member at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Yale Repertory Theatre, Williamstown Theater Festival, Actors Theater of Louisville, Stageworks/Hudson, Arena Stage, The Acting Company, Hartford Stage and American Conservatory Theater. Her television and film credits include: FOX television series, “Lights Out”, WALK THE FISH directed by Kathleen Man, “Preaching to the Choir: On the One” directed by Charles Randolph-Wright, Third Watch , New York Undercover , Law and Order , One Life to Live, and Trinity. She is a Usual Suspect with New York Theatre Workshop, an Audelco Award winner, A Schomburg Fellow and Fulbright Scholar. Shona earned a BS from Northwestern University and MFA in Acting at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts. She is an Associate Professor of Drama and Chair of the Drama Department at Vassar College. She is also a director and an award-winning playwright, currently at work on her trilogy Mississippi Mud.