Brynne spent most of her childhood in Eureka, Missouri writing friend fiction, horse stories, and spec scripts for Pokemon. As an adult in Chicago, she has decided to basically keep doing things like that forever.
Brynne's production credits include Vape Naysh with First Floor Theater in 2020 and Bury Me with Dandelion Theatre in 2019. Past full-length play workshops and readings include The Young Ones (First Floor Theater), Synchronicity (Salt Lake Acting Company; also chosen as a 2018 semi-finalist for the O’Neill Center’s National Playwrights Conference), Age Play (The New Colony), Pizza Hut Heartbreaker (Commission Theatre Company), and Shitty Christians (Or, Turn to Romans 3:23) at Prop Thtr's Church of the New Play.
Brynne's short plays have been produced by MadLab, American Blues Theater, Otherworld Theatre, Commission Theatre Company, and the Chicago One-Minute Play Festival. As a script supervisor and director's assistant, she has worked on world premieres at Rivendell Theatre Ensemble and Chicago Dramatists. She has also profiled Chicago theatremakers for Perform.Ink.
Currently, she is looking forward to the world premiere of
Pro-Am (Sideshow Theatre) directed by Regina Victor, as well as the production of her short play The High (Broken Nose Theatre) as part of Bechdel Fest 8.