Brenna Fredrickson is a writer, actor, and director. She is passionate about breaking gender boxes and exploring gender roles. She has an MFA in acting from California Institute of the Arts, and a BA in theatre performance and creation from Juniata College. She has worked with movement artists in Seattle, and her solo show, “The Affair with the Therapist” appeared at On the Boards. She also debuted her play, “Window Birds” in Pennsylvania with actors from The Gravity Project. At Calarts she has written and directed numerous self-produced shows including, “The Blind man’s wife”, “The Drunk Uncle”, and “Sissy.” She has written numerous short films and a feature film. Brenna’s work is strange, poetic, raw, and darkly humorous. She is constantly searching for artistic proof of the existence of the human soul.