Margaret Ann Brady
has been teaching acting and improvisational techniques in Boston since 1995, first for The Studio at CP Casting, and also at Curry and Emerson Colleges. She’s worked with Merrimack Theatre, in Boston schools with Arts in Progress, with the Museum of Science’s Science on Stage Program, the Improbable Players and the Mass. High School Drama Guild. She has studied acting with Bronia Wheeler, Jon Lipsky, Ken Cheesman, Paula Langton, and improv with Keith Johnstone, among others. She has worked as an actor/storyteller/producer/writer in Boston and elsewhere for a very long time, with many theatrical, film, commercial, industrial and comedy credits, including, Speakeasy Stage Co., Gold Dust Orphans, the Theatre Offensive and most recently joining Apollinaire Theatre for its summer presentation of The Wedding on the Eiffel Tower.