Fanny Iseult Britt (born 1977) is a Canadian playwright and translator living in Quebec.
In 2008, she founded Théâtre Debout with Geoffrey Gaquère and Johanne Haberlin.
Translated works include:
- The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh; performed by Théâtre La Licorne and Théâtre du Trident
- Kvetch by Steven Berkoff for Théâtre Niveau Parking
- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain for Théâtre de la Petite Marée
- The Good Person of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht for Théâtre du Trident
- Cul-de-sac by Daniel MacIvor for the Carrefour international de théâtre de Québec
- Half Life by John Mighton for the Carrefour international de théâtre de Québec
- Orphans by Dennis Kelly for Théâtre La Licorne
Original plays by Britt include:
- Honey Pie (2003)
- Couche avec moi (c'est l'hiver) (2006)
- Hôtel Pacifique (2009)
- Enquête sur le pire (2010)
- Chaque Jour (2011)
- Bienveillance (2012), received the Governor General's Award for French-language drama
She has also written youth literature including the series Félicien and the graphic novel Jane, le renard et moi with illustrations by Isabelle Arsenault. She contributed to the Télé-Québec series Tactik. In 2015, she published her first novel Les maisons.
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