Britt is a Co-Founder of November Theatre Collective, which produced a sold-out run of its premiere production, Pancake Day, in December 2019 at The Tank. During these quarantined months, NT has been curating a Digital Dramas series, which aims to make virtual theatre feel sparkly, connected, and vital.
She recently had the joy of directing two live, in-person, socially-distanced pieces: The Balcony Scene from Romeo and Juliet (starring Lisa Naso & Ketih Weiss, in collaboration with The R&J Project) and Sea Wall by Simon Stephens (featuring Connor Delves in a private showing).
Britt is featured in SDC's 60th Anniversary Journal, in which she and Marcia Milgrom Dodge discuss Observerships, mentors, prudence, and directing trajectories. A scanned pdf of the piece can be found right here: BKB / MMD Interview.
Britt is an alumna of the MTC Directing Fellowship and the 24 Hour Plays: Nationals Cohort. She has completed Observerships with SDCF (Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine dir. Lileana Blain-Cruz) and NAMT (Teeth dir. Portia Krieger).