Brianna Barrett is a writer and performer fascinated with identity crises, double lives, mortality, grief, dick jokes with heart, and the forgotten history of stuff that happened surprisingly-not-that-long-ago. Recipient of the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize in Comic Playwriting and twice-voted Portland’s Best Storyteller in Willamette Week.
Deb Hiett hails from the Deep South by way of Brooklyn. Antaeus Theatre Company featured a reading of her newest play, “Circle Forward” as part of their “Lab Results” Reading Series 2022 in Los Angeles. They also commissioned her to create “90024: Westwood” as part of their premiere season of Zip Code Audio Plays.
JAMI BRANDLI’s plays include The Romeo and Juliet Senior Citizens Project: A Comedy, M-Theory: a play told in 11 dimensions, Technicolor Life, Sisters Three, Through the Eye of a Needle, O: A Rhapsody in Divorce, Visiting Hours, The Caregiver’s Guide and BLISS (or Emily Post is Dead!) which was named in the inaugural Kilroys List.
Minita is most known for her critically acclaimed solo-show Muthaland which was workshopped at Silk Road Rising, selected for the Ignition Festival at Victory Gardens, and Jeff Award-nominated for Best New Work and Best Solo Performance for its World Premiere at 16th Street Theater.