Anne Brady

abrady@binghamton.edu

241 Ahern Road
Binghamton, NY 13903
Cell: (607) 237-1379
Work: (607) 777-4780
Home: (607) 772-0690

Anne Brady is an Associate Professor in the Theatre Department at Binghamton University (SUNY Binghamton) where she is head of Acting and Directing and teaches Voice, Movement and Acting.  At BU, Anne has directed over 15 productions and been the Voice/Text and or Dialect coach on several productions.  Selected work experience includes: Guest Director or Visiting Faculty at Duoc Universidad Católica, Santiago, Chile; Shakespeare & Company, Lenox, MA; University of Missouri-Kansas City; University of Rhode Island; Marywood University, Scranton, PA; and the Brown University Women Writers Project.  Anne has also worked as a Vocal Coach Off-Broadway, and with the Rhode Island Heritage Project.  Anne directs regionally, and has worked as an Equity actress in New York, New England, New Jersey and Ohio.  She also coaches privately.

Training: Anne received her MFA in Acting from Brandeis University, and has studied extensively with Kristin Linklater, Andrea Haring, Ada Brown Mather, Saura Bartner, Stephen Strimpell, and Ted Kazanoff.  She has taken workshops with Richard Armstrong, Patsy Rodenburg, Louis Colaianni, Catherine Fitzmaurice, Dudley Knight, Phil Thompson, Stephen Wangh, Erika Berland, Karen Beaumont, and Merry Conway, among others.

Classes: Voice/Text, Shakespeare, Heightened Language, Scene Study, Audition Technique, Speech/Dialect, Professional Coaching 

Professional Memberships: VASTA, ATME, ATHE, AEA, SAG, AFTRA

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