Anne Cecelia Haney is a bilingual Brooklyn-based director, musician, translator, and urban agriculture student. Blending a text-based approach with a surrealist vision, she collaborates with artists from a variety of different mediums to make multi-disciplinary theater rituals.

Recent directing work includes House of Karen (Signature Theater x Columbia University), Blood Bag (Brown University, Barn Arts), and The Trojan Women (Drama Desk Award nomination: Outstanding Adaptation). Other directing: JACK, Dixon Place, Rising Circle, The Brick, The Bushwick Starr Reading Series, The Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival, The Tank, Cloud City/The Freight Project, Highways Performance Space.

Assistant directing includes the world premiere of the Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Angel's Bone at the 2015 Prototype Festival and Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music at St. Ann's Warehouse, as well as productions for BAM’s Next Wave Festival and Atlantic Theater Company.

Anne is currently a Resident Director at the Flea Theater, the Literary Manager of Old Sound Room Performance Ensemble, and the Editorial Associate at 53rd State Press.

BA, Comparative Literature, UVA.