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Fall, 2014

Whitney is playing the role of Rose in an AEA staged reading of a new play, Katanoisi, written by James Tortora and directed by Lee Kasper.

Whitney shot a commercial for Samsung's new streaming internet radio service, Milk Music.

Whitney is playing the lead role in "The 5 Stages" web series for Elite Daily.

October 8 - 12, 2014

Whitney will be playing Dawn in the workshop production of Chick Flick the Musical, directed by Mary Kate Burke, and produced by Your Theatrics International.

For more info on Chick Flick the Musical click here.

Check out coverage of the show on BroadwayWorld.com.

September 22, 2014

Whitney will be performing in the Williamstown Non-Equity Showcase at Playwrights Horizons at 5pm and 7pm. Receptions to follow both performances. 

Watch our promo video here.

Please visit the Showcase website here.

RSVP at 212.395.9090 (x101) or at wtfshowcase@gmail.com

Summer, 2014

August 10 - 16, 2014

Whitney will be in a workshop of the new musical, The Holler, book by Richard Dresser, lyrics by Willie Reale, music by Robert Reale, and directed by Jonathan Bernstein. 

August 8 - 10, 2014

Whitney will be in a reading of a new musical, Halfway Home, by Justin Levine. 

August 2 - 4, 2014

Whitney will be playing Kitty in a workshop of Saving Kitty written by Marisa Smith and directed by Moritz von Stuelpgagel, with Jennifer Coolidge.

July 25, 2014

Whitney will be playing Bianca in a workshop of Taming of the Shrew, set in Bollywood, directed by Laura Savia.

July 27 & 28, 2014

Whitney will be singing with The Skivvies on the Center Stage at Williamstown Theatre Festival on July 27th & 28th at 7:30pm. For tickets, click here.

July 20 & 21, 2014

Whitney will be singing in One Man Band: The Songs of Joel Waggoner at the Songwriter’s Cabaret at Barrington Stage. For tickets, click here.

July 5, 2014

Whitney will be playing Julia in a new play, Jason and Julia, by Jenny Rachel Weiner, directed by Danny Sharron, in the Williamstown Theatre Festival Directing Studio.

July 2 - 13, 2014

Whitney will be performing in the 60th season of the Williamstown Theatre Festival on the Mainstage in June Moon, directed by Jessica Stone. More info and tickets here

June 12, 2014

Whitney will be singing an original song by Joel Waggoner at 54 Below in MuseMatch 2 on June 12th, 11:30pm. For more info and tickets click here.

March 13, 2014

Whitney plays Maddie Shapiro in the new web series, OH, LIZA.

Watch the trailer here.

Watch the series here.

February, 2014

Whitney recorded the theme song for a new podcast, After Party. Listen to it here!

February 11, 2014

Whitney is singing with Aaron Costa Ganis on his Promo Tour for his project, The Music.

January 15 - 19, 2014

Whitney will be singing in the Williamstown Theatre Festival Cabaret at 54 Below. Click here for tickets/more info.

January 13 & 14, 2013

Whitney is in THE 1st GEORGE SAND INVITATIONAL ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL at Intar. Click here for tickets/more info.

October 21, 2013

Whitney will be performing in the 2013 Williamstown Theatre Festival Non-Equity Showcase at the Mainstage at Playwrights Horizons.

Visit our website.

For a glimpse of our Showcase company, check out our fun showcase promotional video.

The 2013 Williamstown Theatre Festival Non-Equity Showcase

Monday, October 21st at 5pm and 7pm

Mainstage at Playwrights Horizons - 416 W. 42nd St.

Wine Reception following both performances

RSVP to 212.395.9090 x101 or wtfshowcase@gmail.com

Summer, 2013

Whitney is a member of the Fellowship company at Williamstown Theatre Festival, which takes an original play and musical from concept to performance in just eight weeks.

The Pits

by Joshua Harmon

Directed by Sarah Krohn

Directing Studio

July 14th & 15th at 7pm & 11pm

Loving vs. Virginia

Book by Marcus Gardley

Music by Justin Ellington

Directed by Patricia McGregor

Directing Studio

August 11th & 12th at 7pm & 11pm

Whitney will be playing Harper in Caryl Churchill’s Far Away, directed by Jess Chayes.

Box office: 413.597.3400

February 28 - March 3, 2013

Whitney will be originating the role of Carie in a new musical by Crystal Lucas-Perry, Ready or Not, which is part of the NYU Grad Acting Program’s Freeplay Festival 2013.

February 28th at 6pm, March 2nd at 9pm, and March 3rd at 12pm.

For tickets, click here.

January 9, 2013

Whitney will be joining a reading of a new musical as Carol Orchard and others in Mrs. Hughes, book by Janice Nabers and music by Sharon Kenny, at New York Theatre Workshop.

December 12, 2012

Whitney will be in a presentation of a play in progress as Brenda Frazier in Debutante by Annie Tippe and Ryann Weir, directed by Annie Tippe, at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, CUNY. For more info onDebutante, visit the website here.

December, 2012

Whitney will be performing in Hoboken’s Mile Square Theatre production of It’s A Wonderful Life, A Live Radio Play by Frank Capra, directed by Mary Kate Burke. In this play within a play, Whitney will be portraying Lana Sherwood who plays a whole host of characters including Violet, young Violet, Rose Bailey, Matilda, Ruth, Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. Thompson, Schultz, Zuzu, Janie and Sadie Vance.

The show runs December 6th - 23rd, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8pm and Saturdays & Sundays at 3pm.

For more information and tickets, click here.

“Whitney Brown displays true versatility, nailing both a young beauty named Violet and worried mother Rose Bailey.” - Brett Epstein, theateronline.com

“Whitney Brown takes on over 10 characters, including sexy Violet.” - Amanda Palasciano, Hudson Reporter

August, 2012

Whitney will be playing Juliet in Alex Timbers’ workshop of the musical adaptation of Romeo and Juliet with songs by Jeff Buckley, The Last Goodbye.

Summer, 2012

Whitney is working at Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Whitney will be playing the Woman in Tennessee Williams’ Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen...

Whitney will be playing Genevieve in The Fall of Cafe Mudafier to the Toltecs; a new play by Andrew Farmer.

Whitney will be playing the Cheerleader and other characters in Todd Almond and Jenny Schwartz’s workshop of a new musical; Untitled IOWA Project.

She will be playing Mrs. Hudson in Sir Athur Conan Doyle’s Valley of Fear, adapted for the stage by Steve Lawson.

Whitney will also be playing Marie in Szinhaz by Itamar Moses.

She will be performing all summer in the Williamstown Theater Festival Cabaret.

For more information about the festival and tickets for the 2012 season, click here.

Spring, 2012

Whitney can be seen in an upcoming international Budweiser commercial!

April 5 - 15, 2012

Whitney will be originating the role of Pauline in Variations Theater Group’s world premiere of a new play, Prisoner of Love by Jay Prasad, directed by Rich Ferraioli. Click herefor more information.

February 27 & March 1 & 3, 2012

Whitney will be playing the role of Gabby in a new play,Waiting for Doctor Hoffman by Michele Willens, directed by Jamibeth Margolis, premiering at Roy Arias as part of the Midwinter Madness Theater Festival.

July 7 - 10 & 13 - 17, 2011

Whitney will be performing the role of Maria Elena in The Millbrook Playhouse’s mainstage productions of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story. Runs July 7th - July 10th and July 13th - July 17th. Get your tickets here.

“There are solid featured performances by several cast members including Whitney Brown as Buddy’s wife, Maria Elena.” - John Felix, Williamsport Sun-Gazette

June 23 - 26 & June 29 - July 3, 2011

Whitney will be performing the role of Lily St. Regis in The Millbrook Playhouse’s mainstage production of Annie. Runs June 23rd - June 26th and June 29th - July 3rd. Get your tickets here.

“Lily (Whitney Brown) is very convincing as a hilariously sleazy crook...” - Rachel Mazza, The Express

“To fully appreciate Whitney Brown’s performance you have to see what an attractive woman she is in real life.” - Pat Park, The Gazette

May 29, 2011

Whitney will be performing in Theatre of Rock: People you know singing songs you don’t by Chris Blisset and Matt Uremovich at The Duplex on May 29th at 9:30pm.

April 20, 2011

Whitney is performing at the MMAC Theatre in the Downtown Urban Theatre Festival on April 20th at 9pm in a new play called Lost and Found by Marsha Sheiness. Tickets can be purchased online here!

April 18, 2011

Whitney will be performing in Theatre of Rock: People you know singing songs you don’t by Chris Blisset and Matt Uremovich at The Laurie Beechman Theatre on April 18th at 7pm. For photo coverage on broadwayworld.com, click here!

March 18, 2011

Whitney returns to The Duplex cabaret theatre in her one woman show, My Side of the Street, on March 18th at 9:30pm. Reserve a ticket online here!

January 29, 2011

Whitney will be performing her One Woman Cabaret Show at The Duplex on January 29th at 9:30pm. Reserve a ticket online here!

October 15 - November 21, 2011

Whitney will be performing the role of Sophia in OPA! The Musical, running October 15th through November 21st. For tickets or more info, check out the official OPA! website.

“Whitney Brown, as Sophia, has a comedic flair and ability to tug at the hearstrings.” -Mark Lord, Queens Chronicle

”Whitney Brown as 40-year-old Sophia has some excellent comedic moments.” -Jon Sobel, BlogCritics.org

Check out Ellopia TV coverage of OPA! The Musical here!

November 2 - 6, 2010

Whitney will be on the big screen in the New York Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas November 2nd through November 6th in 12 Floors Up.

November 4, 2010

Whitney’s film, 12 Floors Up, is an Official Selection at the Big Apple Film Festival. The Film is screening at 8:30pm on Thursday, November 4th. For tickets, click here!

October 24, 2010

Whitney will be performing in JD Production’s Bound for Broadway showcase at The Duplex on Sunday, October 24th.

September 17 - 23, 2010

Whitney will appear as a lead in Forest Street Productions’ 12 Floors Up, which will be featured in the 26th Annual Boston Film Festival.

July 28 - August 9, 2010

Whitney will be performing the role of Ida Courtney in Cole Porter’s You Never Know at The Millbrook Playhouse.

"And then there's Ida (Whitney Brown), the Baron's former lover who dances her way into the penthouse, bringing with her sugar, spice and some killer dance moves."        

-The Express, Lock Haven, PA

July 16, 2010

Whitney will be performing in Antipasto as part of the Samuel French Short Play Festival.

Winter, 2014/2015

Whitney will be playing the role of Danya/Daniel in Transition, a new play by John Anastasi, January 15th - 18th at the Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios.  For tickets/more info visit the Venus Adonis Theater Festival website here.

Whitney shot a commercial for GoJobio.com

Whitney will be on Episode 305 of “The Americans” as the Beautiful Young Woman.

Summer, 2015

Whitney will be reprising her roles in a new workshop of Loving v. Virginia at the New York Stage and Film Powerhouse Theater's 2015 Season at Vassar College July 17th - 19th. For more info click here.

Whitney will be playing Mindy in a staged reading of the new musical, "Our Little Secret," music and lyrics by Doug Brandt, at EAT's new works festival. 

Whitney filmed a commercial for Lee Jeans with Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg of ESPN's "Mike & Mike" radio show.

October 1 - November 6, 2016

Whitney will be performing in The Parchman Hour at The Guthrie Theater October 1st through November 6th. For more info click here.

June 2 - 26, 2016

Whitney starred in Venus in Fur at the Pittsburgh Public Theater June 2nd - 26th. For more info click here.

February 4 - March 5, 2017

Whitney will be originating the role of Mrs. Mumler in the World Premier of Summerland by Arlitia Jones at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.


"Finally, there’s the seductive, frightening, intimidating, and mesmerizing Whitney Maris Brown’s take on Mrs. Mumler.  She’s got secret after secret and is one of the most interesting characters – and actresses – we’ve seen on a Playhouse stage this season.  Her beauty belies her danger and the charisma of the actress draws us in even when we feel like we should run far away.  It’s a perfect portrayal, really."

  1. -The Sappy Critic

"And so it is a welcome shock when Mumler’s wife (Whitney Maris Brown) bursts onto the scene mere moments before intermission, in an entrance that spellbinds the audience — and the other characters. Think Lily Munster meets Lady Macbeth."

"I am hesitant to ruin any of the surprise around the play’s greatest mystery, so suffice to say that [the playwright] and actress Brown are Summerland’s saving graces. They bring the chills and the intrigue lacking in the first half."

  1. -City Beat

"Playing Mrs. Mumler, Whitney Maris Brown is mesmerizing as the enigmatic and otherworldly wife and possible conspirator."

"Brown is a force of nature as she assails, cajoles and taunts Mr. Tooker, keeping him completely off balance."

  1. -Behind the Curtain Cincy

"And just when you think you know where all this is going, Mrs. Mumler bursts onto the stage with a fearsome and completely over-the-top entrance that left the opening night audience chattering at intermission. We’re not sure if Whitney Maris Brown’s character is possessed or play-acting or if she is completely mad.” 

‘[S]he dominates the stage."

"Brown lets us see every little nuance of this character. Sometimes she is coarse and deceptive. Others, she is totally unnerving or elegant and formal."

- Cincinnati.com