Anna Volska has worked as an actress teacher and director. She graduated from NIDA in the sixties and was in the inaugural season of the Old Tote Theatre.
She then went to the UK and joined The Royal Shakespeare Company. Her two daughters were born in Stratford on Avon.
She returned to Australia in 1970 and was a founding member of the Nimrod Theatre which started at The Stables and then moved to Surry Hills where it morphed into The Belvoir. There she played in Chekov, Shakespeare and new Australian work.
In 1990 she was a founder member of the Bell Shakespeare Company playing Gertrude in HAMLET, Beatrice in MUCH ADO, the Nurse in ROMEO AND JULIET and Lady Macbeth.
She has directed at Flinders, Theatre Nepean, QUT, Nimrod and Bell Shakespeare.
She spent 3 months with ALL SAINTS and recently played in ANTIGONE for Sport For Jove, SEVENTEEN for Belvoir and UNHOLY GHOSTS for Griffin.