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May 2023

"Final Day" Industry Reading

Playing lead role of Hannah in Danny Curtis' new musical, "Final Day," in a story of romance, faith and courage in the final days of WWII. Industry Reading to be held at the Dramatist Guild NYC.


March 2023

"The great Ostrovsky" Demo

Brittany steps into the recording studio to play the down on her luck yet resourceful Jenny Bromvitz in

Cy Coleman's last work, "The Great Ostrovsky"


June 14th, 2021

"The Code" Reading with PBD

Stepped into the shoes of old Hollywood's favorite bad girl, Tallulah Bankhead, in a reading of Michael McKeever's new play, "The Code" with Palm Beach Dramaworks. Oh, the magic of Zoom-Theater!

Brittany Baratz - Musical Theatre Demo

Brittany Baratz - Musical Theatre Demo
Brittany Baratz - Musical Theatre Demo

Brittany Baratz - Musical Theatre Demo

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"If I Loved You," Carousel - Brittany Baratz

"If I Loved You," Carousel - Brittany Baratz

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"I Don't Know What I'd Do Without You," Gentleman's Guide - Brittany Baratz

"I Don't Know What I'd Do Without You," Gentleman's Guide - Brittany Baratz

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BRITTANY BARATZ - "Cockeyed Optimist," South Pacific

BRITTANY BARATZ - "Cockeyed Optimist," South Pacific

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"Brittany Baratz is a locally trained star...she has the voice, the range and reassuring manner...contributing to the show's tender touch."

- DC Theatre Scene

"Brittany Baratz is quite strong as Mom...but what makes her memorable is her very strong and clear
singing voice."
-MD Theater Guide

"Rose Lennox (Brittany Baratz) and Captain Albert Lennox (Jason Forbach), featured in the “A Bit of Earth (Reprise)” lend their delectable voices to this trio number and have voices that blend sublimely in other moments when the spirits are singing."


"Her warm, smooth singing voice is such a treat."

- Arts Now Nashville

DC Metro Theater Arts Best Ensemble, 2016, The Secret Garden


Singing for all of her life, Brittany finds her joy in telling stories. From her hometown in Gaithersburg, MD to New York City and everywhere in between, her career has taken her to 46 out of 50 of the U.S. States and also abroad to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and the Spring of Culture Festival located in Bahrain.


Highlights include the pre-Broadway revival of The Secret Garden;  working closely with American composer Robert Convery to bring his musical, Alice Adams, to life; four original works of theater with the John F. Kennedy Center's Theater for Young Audiences program; giving voice to Bernstein's Dinah in Trouble in Tahiti with the Grammy-nominated Inscape Chamber Orchestra; and working on some of her favorite musicals regionally such as A Little Night Music, Man of La Mancha, and Sunset Boulevard. Since the start of the pandemic, Brittany has been a sought-after workshop artist, helping to bring many new musicals to life. 


Brittany holds a Bachelors of Music from the University of Maryland, a certificate from the intensive One-Year Acting Conservatory at T. Schreiber Studio in NYC, and studied abroad as a Young Artist with the Opera Music and Theater Festival of Lucca, Italy. 


In addition to her artistic abilities, she holds a Bachelors in Marketing from the Robert H. Smith School of Business. She resides in New Jersey with her husband and co-creator, Michael Yeshion, and their best project yet-- their daughter Emma.



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