Annmarie Davis

Assistant Professor


The Hartt School
860.768.2471 HPAC N132

MA, St. Joseph College, currently University of Saint Joseph

MFA, Ohio University

BA, West Chester State College, currently West Chester University

Annmarie has directed, choreographed or coached over fifty productions for The Hartt School Theatre Division. Her most recent productions include: In The Soundless Awe and The Rocky Horror Show. In the summer of 2022, Annmarie provided the voice-over for NAXOS release with Foot in the Door Ensemble.

Annmarie serves as the Coordinator of Theatre Movement in The Hartt School Theatre Division and has served as a guest lecturer in The Alexander Technique with Hartt School vocal and trombone students. She appeared in Top Girls and Nicholas Nicleby with Hartt acting students. Regional Theatre affiliation includes work as an actress and singer: Hartford Stage Company, The Walnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia), Swine Palace Productions, Actor's Theatre of Philadelphia and The Monomoy Theatre. Annmarie was featured as Madame Hebert in the Louisiana Public Broadcasting premiere production of Evangeline the Musical (which can be seen on YouTube).

As faculty member/guest lecturer, she has taught at the Eugene O'Neill National Theatre Institute, Central School of Speech and Drama (London), Fordham University (Lincoln Center), Shakespeare & Company's NEH National Institute on Teaching Shakespeare, Tulane Shakespeare, Louisiana State University and Connecticut College. She studied with Jacques Lecoq at his school in Paris and is a certified teacher of The Alexander Technique.

In addition, she holds the M.F.A. in Theatre from Ohio University and M.A. in Counseling from St. Joseph College. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Annmarie is a proud member of Actors Equity Associaition (AEA), Screen Actors Guild and American Federtion of Television and Radio Artists (SAG/AFTRA).