Anne Brady is a professor in the Theatre Department at Binghamton University where she teaches voice, movement and acting. At Binghamton University, she has directed “A Lie of the Mind,” “Hamlet,” “Stupid F**king Bird,” “Anne Boleyn,” “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “The Glass Menagerie,” “Machinal,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Hello Dolly!,” “A Macbeth,” “Rabbit Hole,” “Little Women,” “Urinetown,” “The Crucible,” and “Hairspray” among others. She also co-directed a production of “The Threepenny Opera” with students and faculty from both Binghamton University and DUOC Universidad Catolica in Santiago, Chile. This collaborative production rehearsed and performed in Santiago, Chile, as well as at Binghamton University, received a prestigious grant from the Kurt Weill Foundation.
In 2003, Brady earned her certification as a Linklater Voice Teacher, making her one of 150 Designated Linklater Voice Teachers worldwide who teach in prestigious actor-training programs as well as regional theatres. Brady directs regionally, and is often part of the faculty at Shakespeare & Company's Month-Long Intensive Training Program for Actors. She has also worked as a vocal coach Off Broadway and for several productions at Binghamton University, in addition to working as an actress in New York, New England, New Jersey, and Ohio. Brady is a proud member of Actors' Equity and SAG-AFTRA.
- BA, Holy Cross College
- MFA, Brandeis University
- Movement and Voice
- Provost's Teaching Award