Laura Rocklyn is an actor, writer, and first person historical interpreter based in Boston, MA. She writes and performs one-woman historic character portrayals for educational groups up and down the East Coast. Laura presented her one-woman play "Charlotte Brontë: To Do More and Better Things" as a part of the North American Friends of Chawton House 2021 Speaker Subscriptions Series, and her original short play "Emma is Presented in Washington City" premiered as the curtain raiser for the Jane Austen Society of North America 2016 Annual General Meeting. "Clover," a bio-drama based on the life of Marian “Clover” Adams, which Laura co-wrote with Ty Hallmark, was produced by Ally Theatre Company. She has performed with Regional theatre companies across the United States, and is an Acting Troupe Member with History At Play and an Associate Company Member at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. Laura holds an MFA from The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University, an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College, a Shakespeare Certificate from The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and a BA in Theatre and English Literature from Middlebury College.