Brittney Brady is a theatre artist from the humid Gulf Coast of Florida. In 2012, she co-founded Ghostbird Theatre Company, an ensemble of artists who are dedicated to producing new and site inspired performances. Some works she directed in her tenure as Producing Artistic Director for Ghostbird are Mud, Endgame, Miss Julie, The Bald Soprano, and Anne Carson’s Antigonick. Original works include The Chicken Play by Hanny Zuniga and James Brock and her own adaptation of Maxence Fermine’s novella Snow. Since moving to the desert of California, she has directed Through the Leaves by Franz Xaver Kroetz and Shakespeare’s King Lear presented at the Walt Disney Modular Theatre. Most recently she collaborated with Xiaoyue Zhang on Zhang's video/performance Little Red Book or Plural Body presented at the REDCAT NOW festival. Her theatre engages the body, in space and gesture, as a channel for deep energies. She is committed to seeing the theatre as a site of unearthing, where performer and audience, together, can seek deeper spiritual woods. She received her MFA in Directing from California Institute of the Arts.