At BSC: Much Ado About Nothing, Going to St. Ives, Private Lives and A Picasso. Gretchen began acting as a child in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She moved to New York to attend The Juilliard School and has been living and working in New York and Los Angeles ever since. As her television and film career began blossoming, her work in the theater, both on and off Broadway, has remained a constant. On stage, Gretchen has appeared on Broadway in Jackie (also in the West End) and Ring Round the Moon (Lincoln Center on Broadway) and off-Broadway in More Lies About Jerzy (Vineyard Theater) and All this Intimacy (Second Stage), among others. Regionally, in addition to her Barrington Stage appearances, she has played Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire at the Guthrie Theater, Rosalind in As You Like It at the Pittsburgh Public, Emma in Betrayal at the Huntington Theater, Hannah in Arcadia at ACT, and many others over the years. In film, she has appeared in Mira Nairʼs The Namesake, Anthony Minghellaʼs The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Robert Redfordʼs Quiz Show, among others. Her television appearances include series regular roles as Katie Vasser on “Journeyman” and Amy Dylan on “Martial Law,” to her recurring characters, Vanessa Whittaker on “Roswell” and ADA Gill on “Law and Order, SVU.” She starred opposite Brad Garrett in the Jackie Gleason biopic Gleason for CBS and opposite John Stamos in The Two Mr. Kissels for Lifetime, and has guest starred in numerous other shows including “The Good Wife,” “Blue Bloods,” “Lie to Me,” “Criminal Minds,” “CSI:Miami,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “Medium,” “NCIS,” “Without a Trace,” “Law and Order,” and others. Gretchen studies and teaches the Michael Chekhov acting technique. She attended the Juilliard School. For more information: gretchenegolf.com.