2016 News Appeared as Natalie Goodman in Jewel Theatre's Next to Normal
"Teenage daughter Natalie (a poignant, affecting Brittany Law), a scholastic overachiever, also plays keyboard, embracing the classical precision of Mozart as an antidote to the chaos at home." - Good Times Santa Cruz Read the entire review
"As the daughter, Natalie, Brittany Law brings tears to the eyes as she rages, then crumples apart while trying so very hard to be the dutiful daughter." -Santa Cruz Sentinel Read the entire review
" Natalie, Brittany Law looks enough like Payne to be her biological daughter. She is effective in Natalie’s brooding escapes into moody spasms of keyboard Mozart early in the action and she explodes impressively into pill-popping defiance after her mother’s chaotic sickness keeps both parents from a promised-attendance at a piano recital." -Performing Arts Monterey Bay Read the entire review
Appeared as Lizzie Bennet in the National Premier of Pride and Prejudice the Musical , at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
"Brittany Law is a charming and sympathetic Elizabeth Bennet, the most intellectual of the five vexingly unmarried Bennet sisters..." -Marin Independent Journal Read the entire review
"Outstanding performances are turned in by Brittany Law as the Bennets’ remarkably composed elder daughter Elizabeth..." -Pacific Sun Read the entire review
"Brittany Law's Elizabeth would make her onstage parents Geoffrey Colton and Kathy Deichen proud- and all three are harmonious and memorable, while helping to elevate the already wonderful story, and its excellent songs." -Progressive Pulse Read the entire review
"Both have powerful voices, ...when singing..."The One I Will be with You" with Brittany Law as Elizabeth Bennet. She gives a convincing performance and has pitch perfect resonance in this song as well as "How Dare He." -Talking Broadway Regional News Read the entire review
"The show’s biggest drama comes in a power ballad by David Crane as Darcy... and Brittany Law as Elizabeth, as she comes to terms with her complicated feelings toward Darcy."- The Examiner Read the entire review
"The “pride” and “prejudice” of the title are Elizabeth Bennet (Brittany Law) and Mr. Darcy respectively... The majority of the cast has excellent voices capturing the essence of the clever lyrics with great accompaniment" -Theatreworld Internet Magazine. Read the entire review Was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for the Youth In Arts Awards, for her role as Cinderella in Into the Woods
Was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical for Broadwayworld.com Awards, for her role as Cinderella in Into the Woods
Appeared as Hope Cladwell in PCPA's Conservatory Rep Production of Urinetown the Musical, May 13th and 14th.
Appeared as Edith in PCPA's production of the Pirates of Penzance February 13th- March 6th "The entire cast of pirates are a joy to watch as they storm the stage and take control. Starting with the pirates, then followed by the light footed maidens and the police squad, the entire cast nimbly handles the challenging choreography...The nine maidens are adorable as they hit the stage and prance and dance around." Read the entire review
"As mentioned before, the incredible freedom and looseness that the cast enjoys in the show is something to behold. " Read the entire review
2015 News Was cast in the dance ensemble and understudied Fairy Godmother (Marie) in PCPA's production of Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella "The story rolls along with several great ensemble sequences and many very funny ones. The main cast and the entire ensemble are terrific throughout." Read entire review
"The talented cast of “Cinderella” sparkles with each musical number and seamlessly balances the contemporary humor with the fantastical setting." Read entire review
Played Cinderella in "Into the Woods" at Marin Summer Theater Was Nominated for 'Best Actress in a Musical', for 2015 Broadwayworld.com awards for the role of Cinderella in Into the Woods.
2014 News Was understudy Sophiana in the world premier musical, "Christmas is Here Again" at Pacific Conservatory Theatre.
Began attending Pacific Conservatory Theatre in Santa Maria (PCPA) Class of 2016
Appeared as Winnie Tate in "Annie Get Your Gun" at Spreckels Performing Arts Center February 14-23 "Winnie Tate (Dolly's sister) and Tommy Keeler (the show's half-Indian knife thrower), Brittany Law and Anthony Guzman are charming and sweetly affecting." Read the entire review
"Anthony Guzman...and Brittany Law fill these roles and fill them well. As “Tommy” and “Winnie”, both are charming, personable, and have the singing and dancing chops to carry a couple of numbers." Read the entire review
2013 News Appeared as Eponine in "Les Miserables" at Santa Rosa Jr. College "What this cast brings to the production is an energy and youthful interplay that catches the spirit of young love, exuberance and over exuberance (Some might see a pattern). Their singing is uniformly solid. Stellar performances come from... Brittany Law as Eponine." Read entire review "Brittany Law plays Eponine, a lower-class girl infatuated with Marius..." Read entire review "The leads all performed admirably, with special mention to the leading ladies." Read the entire review
Appeared as Humpty Dumpty in "Shrek the Musical" and as a daughter in "The Pirates of Penzance", at Summer Repertory Theatre in Santa Rosa, CA.
Appeared as Chutney in "Legally Blonde: at Santa Rosa Jr. College.
Was nominated to attend American College Theatre Festival (ACTF) to compete as an "Irene Ryan Nominee" and attended various workshops.
2012 News Appeared as Belle in "Beauty and the Beast " at Santa Rosa Jr. College "As Belle...Brittany Law is perfectly cast. Alternately charming, fearless and believably conflicted, her Belle makes a perfect balance to Zachary Hasbany's emotionally volatile Beast." Read the entire review
"The production featured the knock-out voice of Brittany Law as Belle, who used that Disney score to wonderful effect." Read the entire review
"Law’s performance as Belle is enchanting, her voice ringing throughout the theatre, filled with despair when being interred by the Beast, or joyous and ringing when walking through town, head buried in a book." Read the entire Review