Annmarie Kelly Davis serves as Stage Movement Specialist in The Hartt School Theatre Division at the University of Hartford and has served as guest lecturer in The Alexander Technique with Hartt School vocal students. She appeared in Top Girls with Hartt acting students in the fall of 2013, and has directed the following at The Hartt School: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The King Stag, Baby Case, Into the Woods, Rimers of Eldrich, The Secret Lives of Losers, The Laramie Project, Street of Crocodiles, Reckless, Pajama Game, The Lower Depths, The Diviners, The Living and Enemy of the People.
She has choreographed Chicago, Marat/Sade, Love's Labour's Lost, The Winter's Tale, and All's Well That Ends Well at Hartt. Her regional theatre affiliation includes work as an actress and singer at Hartford Stage Company (most recently in Welcome to Jesus, Motherhood Out Loud!, The Laramie Project - Epilogue, Christmas Carol, and Cat On A Hot Tin Roof), Swine Palace Productions, The Walnut Street Theatre, Actor's Theatre of Philadelphia and The Monomoy Theatre. Davis was featured as "Madame Hebert" in the Louisiana Public Broadcasting premiere production of Evangeline the Musical.
As faculty member/guest lecturer, she teaches at the Eugene O'Neill National Theatre Institute, and has taught at Central School of Speech and Drama (London), Fordham University (Lincoln Center), Shakespeare & Company's NEH National Institute on Teaching Shakespeare, Tulane Shakespeare, and Louisiana State University. She studied with Jacques Lecoq at his school in Paris, is a certified teacher of The Alexander Technique and holds an M.F.A. in Theatre from Ohio University and an M.A. in Counseling from St. Joseph College. She is a licensed professional counselor at The Counseling Center of Greater Hartford.