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About Britt

I’m a writer and designer in Washington, DC, primarily writing for theatre and performance. I'm currently a member of Playwrights' Center, the Freelancers Union, and artists' collective District Misfits. In February 2018, I helped Thembi Duncan launch the theatreWashington Mentoring Program, which I now lead.

I also create tabletop role-playing games and interactive fiction and work as a writer on other game projects. You can catching me tweeting about process and thunder thighs @feelingfickle and find more information on my website

My work for 2021 is funded in part by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities through the Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program.