On Wednesday, December 7th at 6PM EST, Brittany will do a live Q&A with 'Suicide Kale' writer/actor Brittani Nichols on the HER app as well as their Facebook page.
Brittany was featured in the latest episode of "Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn" entitled "The Fear-Based Economy"
And a few weeks ago, in the podcast-version of Dunn's Fusion article "Get Rich or Die Vlogging", Brittany's story of visibility on the Internet while working in the service industry was featured on the podcast, in this episode.
Catch Brittany at Groundlings LA as Stoner Janice in Anne Lane's "Those Who Change" on September 8th, September 22th and October 13th.
A (new) 80s horror movie (onstage, in an hour).
Megan Baker is Willow Creek High's most popular girl. She's rich and beautiful, and all the cool boys want her. So when she realizes the devastating truth - that she's not the hero of this story (and instead, the real heroes are the group of misfit nerds trying to track the werewolf that's been killing teens) - Megan's self-awareness inadvertently rips a hole in their universe. A hole that lets in monsters much, much worse than the werewolf. Megan has to team up with the biggest nerds she knows if she wants to save everyone's lives.
Buy tickets here.
Brittany co-wrote this silly little sketch about ending up at your ex's house when you're trying to find a Meowto.
Co-written and directed by Taylor Cox, shot by Dewey Tann, edited by Rob O'Connor. Featuring Lindsay Hicks & Christian Correa.
Brittany had a photo shoot in Echo Park, CA with photographer JD Renes.
Photo by JD Renes - Makeup by Saori Yazaki - Assisted by Dan Sauer