Born and raised in NJ, Bri is a proud AEA and SAG member who has spent the last 10 years calling Chicago home.
She holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Illinois and a degree in Sign Language Interpreting for the deaf.
Bri has performed across the country in musicals, new works and Shakespeare festivals. She is a voiceover artist and has appeared on network television and Apple TV. She also loves coaching and working with young actors!
When not performing, she can be found obsessing over her houseplants.
"Mary Zimmerman's revival of this tricky old musical was utterly dependent on the dazzling performance by this hitherto little-known actress, a formidable young talent whose work here was brimming with ambiguity, intensity and, thank heavens, good, old-fashioned laughs. This was a piece of acting unafraid of risk, at once retro and contemporary, willing to dig deep into emotional insecurity, and, in every single moment, as smart as smart can be. The role transformed Sudia's profile in (and out of) town. Thanks to brainy Ruth, a why-did-I-ever-leave Ohioan lost in a strange urban landscape, Chicago has a new star."
-Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune