BRITTANY BOHN is a New York-based performer originally from Atlanta, GA. She just returned home from being on the road for a year as assistant dance captain and swing on the 1st national tour of Hello Dolly starring Betty Buckley. Earlier in the year she was offered her first ad campaign for Citizen’s Bank as well as landed a speaking role in Season 2 of the award winning television show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. In 2017, she made her touring debut in the First National Tour of An American in Paris, as an ensemble dancer and Milo Davenport cover. She was lucky enough to perform the role of Milo as well as close her 16 month run at The Kennedy Center. Regionally, she spent two summers at The Goodspeed Opera House, performing in Anything Goes and as a swing in Mame where she was swung on 56 out of 94 performances, completing all 7 tracks and the role of Gloria. While performing in the main stage show of Anything Goes she was asked to understudy the role of Woman/Kid in the four person show The Roar Of The Greasepaint, The Smell Of The Crowd at their developmental theatre Goodspeed at the Norma Terris starring Tony Sheldon. She ended up performing the role in the last week of the show which would also make it her principle debut. She has a BFA in Dance with a minor in Musical Theatre from Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Arts.
Other credits include: Eliza Understudy in My Fair Lady (Westchester Broadway Theatre); Curly in Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby (Pittsburgh CLO); Sillabub in Cats (Little Theatre on the Square); Urleen in Footloose (Little Theatre on the Square). Ali Cover in Mamma Mia (RCCL). Point Park University credits include: Louise in Carousel; Gabrielle in Can Can; Ruth in Thoroughly Modern Millie. Proud AEA member since 2012.