Brittaney Delsarte Chatman is going back to her roots, venturing back into the world of music with a developing new EP entitled Call Me Blossom. Brittaney is honored to collaborate with Grammy Award Winning Music Producers and Industry professionals, including, Phillip Carrol, Jeff Jones, Alex Forbes and Matt Anthony. Brittaney is looking to release the EP Winter 2019!
Brittaney is making her way back Off-Broadway stage as Gwen Ermont, the Mistress in Jacob Appel’s, The Mistress of Wholesome as part of the Actors Studio Drama School’s 2018 Repertory Season
Brittaney’s final Actor’s Studio Drama School Scene Festival will end with a Blossom Bang as she will be playing two fierce women, Janice in David Rabe’s Those River Keeps, and Hattie in Eugene O’Neill’s All God’s Chillun Got Wings. Both scenes are directed by Susan Aston.
Brittaney is elated to announce that Broadway.com has cast her to the Broadway Classroom promotional video as a Sword Fighter! The commercial will air on new media and digital platforms- be sure to look out for Brittaney’s Awesome Blossom Sword Skills on Broadway.Com!
Brittaney has just been cast as the lead character Peg in a short film, The Break Up, starring alongside Gerard Moss, directed by Selman Nacar. Peg (Chatman) is waiting nervously for her ex boyfriend to stop by her apartment to pick up the rest of his things, but when Ted (Moss) barges into her apartment, she realizes that this break-up is going to be tougher than she imagined.
Brittaney Chatman served as Project Manager and Presenter for the National Urban League Executive Cabinet with the 2017 President’s Project entitled I Am Connected: Social Justice Integrates Technology!
As Brittaney approaches the end of her second year at The Actors Studio Drama School she will play the outspoken, bold, and broken, Denise in Will Calhoun’s, Affections of an Alley Cat. She will be starring alongside Benjamin Mandell, directed by Elizabeth Kemp.
Brittaney is honored to host the annual SLAG Awards 2017 with her thespian brother and current Seaweed in Hairspray, Jovan Watlington. They will recognize the Outstanding leaders of the Pace Setter community, in addition to hosting, Brittaney will be recognized as an outstanding leader as New York’s 2016-17 Events Planner of the Year.
Brittaney is proud to film Anna Kolfinna’s Mothership. A collaborative durational performance with 15 other women. They will be moving slowly but surely through the man flood of the NYU Campus/Washington Square Park area, a ship of Mothers, cutting through the stream of circulating bodies.
Broadway Stars Come Together for All-Star Single ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ to Support the Arts!
Brittaney Delsarte had the pleasure of singing alongside enormously talented and passionate broadway artists in support of The National Endowment for the Arts.
Brittaney will play lead in Nejla K. Hubbard’s, In Mysterious Ways. This is Brittaney’s first Off-Broadway production in New York directed by Van Dirk Fisher. One Christmas eve, a turn of events changes the course of two family’s lives and catapult them in a direction they never could have imagined. When all hope is gone, how do they find their way?
Brittaney has just been cast as the Student Body in a short film, Dressed as a Girl, directed by Anna Mae Gordon. This film is about the world of Fern Bush, an adopted Chinese girl whose world consists of hand-made shirts, pigtails and sparkly rollerblades, until she embarks an interesting high school journey.
Women of Color Productions Presents, Black Panther Women. A riveting play about various women who decided to make a change in their society. Brittaney is honored to play Activist and Educator, Erika Huggins, leading member of the Black Panther Party’s women chapter.
Brittaney invites you to join the Black Box performers as they celebrate black art by showcasing theatrical works by prominent black play writes in the history of American theater. Brittaney will do a piece from Lynn Nottage, Ruined.
Today, Garnet & Black - the University of South Carolina's student magazine - voted Brittany Chatman 'Most Likely to Have a Voice!' Be sure to read the article here!
Brittaney is proud to bring diversity to Columbia, South Carolina with her new musical A Woman’s Suffrage!, a music poetic that highlights the effects of both emotional and physical abuse of love through perspectives of three unique women.
South Carolina regional theatre actors joined this talented ensemble of actors as they traveled to perform at the Henry Ponder Theatre in Columbia, South Carolina - and Brittaney's portrayal of Squeak was described as an "astounding stand-out!"