Anne Brady

Professor of Theatre, Head, Acting/Directing

Binghamton University

241 Ahern Road
Binghamton, NY 13903
United States
(607) 237-1379
(607) 777-4780


As a Professor in the Theatre Department at Binghamton University (SUNY Binghamton) since 1998, Anne Brady is Head of Acting and Directing, and teaches Voice, Movement and Acting. At Binghamton University, Anne has directed over 20 productions (including Hamlet, Stupid Fucking Bird, The Crucible, A Streetcar Named Desire, Hairspray, Romeo & Juliet, The Threepenny Opera, The Glass Menagerie, A Macbeth, Machinal, Urinetown, Little Women, and Rabbit Hole). Anne has also been the Voice/Text and or Dialect coach on several other productions at Binghamton University, including, among others, Bus Stop, Twelfth Night, Henry V, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Dancing At Lughnasa. Other selected work experience includes: Guest Director or Visiting Faculty at Shakespeare & Company, Lenox, MA; Duoc Universidad Católica, Santiago, Chile; 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.   Anne received her MFA in Acting from Brandeis University, and was designated as a Linklater Voice Teacher in 2003. Anne 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, Paula Langton, Marya Lowry, Michael Frederick, John Nicholls, Merry Conway, Gwendolyn Schwinke and Walton Wilson, among others. Anne is also a member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, VASTA, ATME and ATHE.

Movement Specialties:

Alignment/Release Work



Improvisation/Theatre Games

Impulse Work

Movement for the Actor

Physical Characterization

Stretching, Strength, and Relaxation

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