Fanny Britt

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Fanny Iseult Britt (born 1977) is a Canadian playwright and translator living in Quebec.

She was born in Amos and grew up in Montreal. She studied playwriting at the National Theatre School of Canada, graduating in 2001.[1]

In 2008, she founded Théâtre Debout with Geoffrey Gaquère and Johanne Haberlin.[2]

Translated works include:

Original plays by Britt include:

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.[4][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Britt, Fanny". Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Fanny Iseult Britt" (in French). Centre des auteurs dramatiques. 
  3. ^ "Jane, The Fox and Me". House of Anansi Press. 
  4. ^ "Dans la maison de Fanny Britt". La Press. October 28, 2015.