Aimee Rose Ranger is a Boston actor, clown and storyteller.
She is an artistic associate of Whistler in the Dark, acting credits including Trojan Women; Recent Tragic Events; Fen, Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth; Tales from Ovid; and The Europeans. For three years she hosted SOOP, a monthly storytelling potluck out of her home, and currently co-hosts the Encyclopedia Show: Somerville, a monthly variety show at the Davis Square Theatre. She has worked with the imaginary beasts in a few projects such as Winter Panto 2011: Dracula, Revamped and Look and Long: a Gertrude Stein Miscellany. A lover of the macabre, she co-created the original 47 Ways to Die at Club Oberon, and was a tour guide with Ghosts and Gravestones for several years.
Aimee Rose and co-collaborator, Veronica Barron, were winners of the first round of Company One’s Fringe Wars with Winning Higgins’s Love, an original clown tragedy. Aimee Rose has created a few solo shows including My Heart: A Jester at the New England Fringe Festival and Gender Dazed and Confused off-broadway at the Medicine Show Theatre.
She is a resident pirate tour guide for the Freedom Trail Foundation: note, her actual initials read ARR.