Up and Coming
30 and Something...
Hey Hey!! Brittany is writing a web series that will start production in the fall of 2018! A spin off from her one woman show, follow four women in their 30's as they navigate life, dating, love and the relationship with their body. Stay tuned for funding and casting info.
Cabaret (to be named)
Brittany is currently producing and singing in a cabaret in JUNE!!! Stay tuned for more details about the cabaret of the summer!!
Brittany is currently writing and producing a one woman show about Body Image that will be playing at various locations, including at The NOHO Festival, Hollywood Fringe Festival, The United Solo Festival, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Please check back for more information about performance dates and times and production information.
Written and Directed by: Gabe Rodriguez
pre-production, fall 2018
Brittany was recently cast as the quirky, dramatic principal in the web series SF Olympics, written and directed by Gabe Rodriguez. She is excited to have a little fun in front of the camera working with a wonderful cast of kids!! Hopefully her past experiences working with children will pay off :) Stay tuned for details on shoot dates and along with photos.
The Actors Project NYC
October 4-6, 2017
Brittany performed the role of Velma, from "Velma and the Cupcake" for The Actor's Project NYC's (TAP NYC) Off-Broadway showcase! It was a total blast! Thanks TAPNYC for such a wonderful experience.
Mogull Talent Showcase
August 4-6, 2017
Brittany was showcased in the Mogull Talent's Industry Showcase for actors, singers, and models at the Grand Hyatt in New York City in August. She was also asked to be the acting coach for the junior division for Mogull Talent.
The Nightshift Theater
Brittany loves performing Shakespeare...especially with The Nightshift Theater's Drunken Shakespeare! Check out the review below and maybe you'll see someone you know in the clip :)
To be or not to be drunk? That is never the question at Drunken Shakespeare.
WATCH | Drunken Shakespeare is an "open mic night" event at Bar Nine in NYC. It is free and open to the public. The event brings Shakespearean sonnets and monologues to the bar scene.
ARTISTS FOR THE ARTS ‘A Little Help From My Friends’
Executive Producer: Jonathan Estabrooks
Co-Producers: Corey Brunish, Matthew P. Hui, Robin Carus, Van Dean, Mia Moravis, Yael Silver
Brittany is very proud to have lent her voice with fellow Broadway actors to support the arts and protest the cutting of the NEA. Download the single here: https://goo.gl/tWSyoI and on iTunes: https://goo.gl/z7i9l5 or your favorite digital retailer and help #SavetheNEA! Media inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directed by: Christopher Blieka
August 3, 2016
Brittany was cast as a principal role in the short film Crosstalk, written and directed by Christopher Blieka. The film will begin shooting August 3rd. Film is currently in the editing process. Release and festival information TBD.
Directed by: Beth Newbery
June 13, 2016
Brittany performed in a staged reading of the play Oleanna as "John," the professor, as part of The Tipping Point Project at the Harlem Repertory Theater.
For more information on The Tipping Point Project please feel free to contact Brittany through her website.
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Directed by: Michael Blatt
May 4-7, 2016
Brittany performed the role of Sonia in this production as part of the ASDS Repertory Season, May 4-7 of 2016, or week 6.
For more information please go to the following website for reservations:
Mend The Envelope
written by Jason Lasky
Following its critically-acclaimed world premiere at the 2015 Thespis Theater Festival, Jason Lasky's Mend the Envelope is back for 3 Shows only at the Midtown International Theater Festival!!
Henry and Joanie had it all: respect, success, and family, and in one instant, everything was torn away. Join them, one year later, as they take a spiritual and revelatory journey through grief, heartache, tradition, and, hopefully, love.
(HBO's Boardwalk Empire & Vinyl and FX's Rescue Me)
(Actors Studio Drama School MFA '16)
Directed by JESSICA SCHECHTER (Actors Studio Drama School MFA '15)
From Franco Moschetti, Thespis Theater Festival Founder:
"This play was a sweet surprise."
From Theater Beyond Broadway:
"Sometimes one can get so lost in dreams that reality is almost another realm. Jason Lasky’s Mend the Envelope tells the harrowing story of a married couple broken by events of a single poor decision."