brianne a. hill, a Detroit native, is a performer/playwright currently based in the Twin Cities. As a playwright, her one-person show, White Skin, Black Masks (part i), was recently performed at Pillsbury House Theatre as part of their Late Nite Series curated by OBIE-Award-winning actress Laurie Carlos and multi-disciplinary artist e.g. bailey. As a performer, her selected credits include Frank Theatre (Love and Information), Intermedia Arts (The Blacker the Berry), ArtsWest Playhouse (The Mountaintop), and 218 Studio Theatre (The Skin of Our Teeth, Stop Kiss, and Motherfucker with the Hat). Her television credits include Peter Berg’s Trauma on NBC and True Blue on ABC. She is an alumna of Michigan State University, the University of Washington (Master of Fine Arts), and Wayne State University (Master of Social Work). Her work is rooted in liberation. Her work is rooted in play. Her work is rooted in passion. For more information, visit brianneahill.com.
Brianne A. Hill's play Skin and Masks selected for Underbelly (presented by Intermedia Arts).