Brianna Larson is an actor, playwright, director, and teaching artist. She graduated with a BFA in Theatre from the Tisch School for the Arts at New York University and has performed/ produced her original work in New York City; St. Louis, MO; Dublin, Ireland and throughout the Tampa Bay area. Among her favorite roles are Sister James in Doubt, Jane in MMF, Jeannie in HAIR, and Mary Warren in The Crucible. Some of her most satisfying artistic experiences come from performing in her original work, such as when she originated the role of America in her play Fear and Loathing: An Epitaph to the American Dream, a bio-play about American Journalist Hunter Thompson. She also played Janis Joplin in I Bet You Think This Song Is About You, a documentary theatre piece she developed about women in Rock n Roll. Currently, Brianna is the artistic director of Theatre eXceptional, a theatre company that produces shows with and about people with disabilities. She is also the coordinator of the 4×6 Fest, a 24 hour play festival funded in part by a Jeff Norton Dream Grant from Theatre Tampa Bay. Brianna currently resides in St. Petersburg with her three cats.