H E R E I S B R E T T :
Inside the Struggling Actor’s Studio | Short comedy
They may not have made it big yet. But hey. They may.
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Audition (Puddles) | Short comedy
Last year, La La Land was a major awards contender. Now it’s Brett’s time to be a fool who dreams.
Watch it on YouTube!
(Not) Brothers | Ongoing web series
Bobby’s down and out. Daniel opens his home to him. They’re just half brothers. They’re (not) brothers.
Official Vimeo page | IMdb page
Episode 1 ~ Episode 2 ~ Episode 3 ~ Episode 4 ~ Episode 5 ~ Episode 6 ~ Season Finale
Rule of 7×7 | Ongoing live series
Creator & producer of this sold-out bi-monthly event. Now in a 99-seat theatre!
T H E R E G O E S B R E T T :
-Wrapped short film Quitting (shot in LA)
-Reader for Matt Glasner, Matthew Wise
-Booked TV co-star on Friends from College (Netflix)
-Reader for Allison Kirschner, Mia Cusumano
-SeaLand Cares! wins Best Original Screenplay
-Booked TV co-star on Ray Donovan (Showtime)
-Signed w/ Atlas Talent for commercials & VO
-Wrapped three productions at Ensemble Studio Theatre
-Completed Alan Kingsberg‘s TV writing course
-Shot four short comedies in London!
-Shot SeaLand Cares! in Los Angeles!
-Wrapped Time Out NY Critics Pick Navigator in Love.
-Completed classes/workshops with Lauren Gold, Kim Krakauer, Rachel Goldman, Jill Pettigrew, Kim Miscia, Kimberly Graham.
-Brett filmed a pilot called Hollywood & Vine. IMdb link.
-Brett sailed through the entire UCB Sketch Program, levels 1-3. Currently approved for Advanced Study Writing.
-Brett wrapped Advanced Study Improv with Will Hines at UCB.
-Brett wrapped Advanced Study improv with Johnny Meeks at UCB.
-6-week class with casting director Amanda Tudesco.
-Brett wrapped workshop/reading for Chiara Atik’s play I GAINED FIVE POUNDS. Presented by COLT COEUR.
-Brett wrapped ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Millbrook Playhouse. He was the Narrator.
-Brett interviewed for Adam Szymkowicz’s blog I INTERVIEW PLAYWRIGHTS.
-Brett now on NEW PLAY EXCHANGE.
-Brett’s one-act play CRISIS: OCEAN PLANET received a reading as part of Bristol Valley Theater’s New Works Initiative.
-Brett wrapped BLACK COMEDY at Bristol Valley Theater.
-Brett wrapped LEADING LADIES at Millbrook Playhouse.
-Brett wrapped THE BRITNEY PROJECT with Dirty Blondes– a two-night workshop of a new play.
-Brett’s play Crisis: Ocean Planet received a reading/brunch event with the Dirty Blondes’ Beta Series at BAM.
-Brett produced/acted in/wrote for RULE OF 7×7: FEB. EDITION. Completely sold out 2 nights in a row.
-Brett filmed the episodic comedy WALL STREET (prod company: EUX Media).
-Brett wrapped the play CAN WE TALK? at the Flea Theater. Brett played the icon Joan Rivers. (playwright: Jordan Seavey)
-Brett wrapped the New York Times Critics Pick NAPERVILLE. (playwright: Mat Smart)
-Brett produced, wrote for, and acted in RULE OF 7×7: WINTER EDITION. Completely sold out event.
-Brett wrapped a piece he wrote called DANCE SCHOOL: SCHOOL FOR DANCE. It ran 10 episodes at #serials. It was a dance comedy with elements of Fame, Center Stage, Step Up & Dance Moms.
-Brett wrote a new piece for NY MADNESS, dir. Courtney Ulrich.
-Brett wrapped his 2nd ADVANCED STUDY IMPROV class at UCB with Anthony Atamunik.
-Brett wrote/acted in the second version of his play PREPPYSEXYTALL w/ Marrow’s Edge Salon Series, dir. Danya Taymor.
-Brett acted in Stephanie Swirsky’s piece for TINYRHINO. Dir: Danya Taymor.
-Brett associate produced #SERIALS throughout the summer + fall.
-Over 70 people showed up for RULE OF 7×7: SUMMER EDITION, an event Brett produces/writes for/acts in.
-Brett wrapped WOMEN in the Hollywood Fringe Festival!
-Brett finished MASTER CLASS acting with Lee Brock at THE BARROW GROUP (April-June).
-Brett wrote a new play for NY MADNESS! (Producer: Cecelia Copeland)
-Brett wrapped acting in: AMERICAN NIGHTCAP at INTAR THEATRE presents Punch Drunk: Plays on Violence.
-Brett just wrapped playing the role of MANNY in a new indie feature called BUT NOT FOR ME.
-Brett is developing a new play called CRISIS: OCEAN PLANET. Two staged readings down (The Tank, The Flea). The play asks what happens if Dawn Brancheau (who as killed by the orca whale she was training) had a sister who fell in love with a whale trainer?