Brittany N. Williams is an actress, writer, and nerd of many fandoms. She is the Co-Artistic Director of The NOLA Project and the author of THAT SELF-SAME METAL, Book #1 for the Forge & Fracture Saga (Abrams 2023).
Brittany holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Howard University (HU, You Know) and an MA in Classical Acting from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (Carrie Fisher’s alma mater for 18 months). She's performed across three continents—including a year spent as a principal vocalist at Hong Kong Disneyland—and her writing has been featured on BlackNerdProblems.com, Tor.com, in The Indypendent, The Gambit, Fireside Magazine, and in the Star Wars anthology From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back.
Locally, she’s performed in Stage Door Songbook: Cole Porter (Susan), Harry & the Thief (Vivian), and Mary Full of Gray (Mary/writer) and is the 2019 Stage Door Idol winner. Some of her favorite credits outside of the city include Universal Robots (Helena), Margaret I (Joan of Arc), Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds (Nansi – Helen Hayes Award Nom.), Antony and Cleopatra (Soothsayer/Clown), and Lear (Cordelia/Fight Captain).