BRIT CHRISTOPHER is a playwright and theatre educator. A writer of drama, comedy and theatre for young audiences, she is most interested in creating theatre that is relevant, honest and human. With a BFA in Acting and a MA in Theatre Education, Brit is also a full-time theatre educator and director for children, as well as an occasional actor in the Greater Boston area. Brit has served as a presenter at several conferences, including a theatrical team-building presentation at the New England Theatre Conference and a discussion on gender in theatre for young audiences at the American Alliance of Theatre and Education national conference. Other works of note include, "Sidewalk Cracks", "Interlocked", "3" and "Kings".
You got cast in the ensemble. Did your heart sink a little? Well, here’s a reminder why it shouldn’t! The skills and experiences you build in the ensemble are numerous and we explore just a few of them today.