“I count Briana Brown among my closest collaborators; with any project, she is able to incisively seek out and find the heart of the material, bringing it to life in surprising and unexpected ways. She is, quietly and modestly, one of the most crucial artists in my sphere.”
Rob Kempson


Bad Baby Presents: Rules Control the Fun (Lark & Whimsy, Toronto Fringe, July 2017)

Salt (Lark & Whimsy, Toronto, September 2016)

Wait (Skampede, Victoria, July 2015)

The Way Back to Thursday (Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto, January 2014 & In Tune Festival, Vancouver, June 2015)

Pitch Blond (Next Stage Festival, January 2013)

Paprika Festival 10th Anniversary Celebration (an evening of Staged Readings in the Tarragon Mainspace, 2011)

Almost, Again (Toronto Fringe / Best of Fringe Festival, 2010)

The Vagina Monologues  (V-Day Toronto / Capitol Theatre, 2009)

Briana acted as Assistant Director on the Canadian premiere of Brad Fraser’s True Love Lies at Factory Theatre, and the Canadian Stage production of Misery, directed by David Storch.

“Briana brought out the best in me and the best out of the play I was writing. Her insights into both the actor’s process and the text were invaluable to my writing process, and her intelligent, compassionate leadership inspired all of us – playwright, actors, designers alike – to dig deeper into our work and the story. Her directing style is precise, engaging and serves the play above all”
Erin Vandenburg, playwright of Salt

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