Annabella Joy is an actress, singer, dancer, and teaching artist. graduate of The Boston Conservatory, she received her BFA in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in classical acting and dance. 

She has worked with a variety of companies including Theatre By the Sea in Matunuck, RI and American Repertory Theater in Boston, MA. She currently resides in Bozeman, MT where she practices theatre and teaches voice and acting to her students at The Ellen Theatre's TATE Academy.


Annabella is a founding member of Nervous Theatre - a rootless theatre company dedicated to producing new works and radically reimagined classics. The touring repertory company grew out of the Boston Conservatory where its founding members met. Last winter Annabella played "Madame" in their inaugural production of Jean Genet's THE MAIDS. This year Nervous has released a theatre-film hybrid MOMMY'S DEAD AND THEY BURIED HER IN MOSCOW - a riff on Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters. Learn more at nervoustheatre.com.

Outside of her theatrical career, Annabella also enjoys songwriting and visual arts: painting, drawing, and collage work.