Anne Dyas, Actor

Special guest

Anne Dyas hails from San Antonio, Texas. She received her BFA in Acting from Texas State University, attended the Midsummer in Oxford Shakespeare Program with the British American Drama Academy (BADA), and is a graduate of The Circle in The Square Theater School in NYC. In Manhattan, Anne has been a company member of Working Man’s Clothes and performed with Aztec Economy and Three Muses. Recent credits include Doctor Stone in the short film Positive, and Mom in Holding Up The Wall. Anne has been at The Metropolitan Opera since 2004, where she first worked as a stage combat artist in Franco Zeffirelli’s Carmen. She later became a full-time Staff Performer at The Met, where she has been the Countess of Aremberg in Verdi’s Don Carlo, the Chambermaid in Cilea’s Adriana LeCouvreur, and is seen regularly in the company’s productions by Bartlett Sher, Sir David McVicar, and Sir Richard Eyre. On the Met stage, she passionately portrays a variety of opera’s patriarchy-inspired roles for women, including wet nurses, maids, prostitutes, and nuns. When she’s not rehearsing with the stars of the opera world, Anne can be found playing ukulele for her daughter Corrie and cajoling her husband into finding a job in Hawaii.

Anne Dyas, Actor has been a guest on 1 episode.