Meet the Cast: Britney Farr in ‘A Funny Thing’

Meet Britney Farr who is currently performing in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum with the Northglenn Players


Hometown: Santa Clarita, California

Home now: Henderson, Colorado

High school: Saugus High School (in California)

Britney Farr

Britney Farr in “Come and See” at Grace Baptist Church Photo Credit: Lance Ilieve

College: California State University of Northridge

Where have you recently performed?: Epiphany Acting Company (a group based in Santa Clarita California) & Grace Baptist Church

Three words to describe yourself: considerate, quiet and optimistic

Describe your perfect date night: When I get dressed up and go out for a nice dinner and a show afterward.

Favorite food: Tamales

Favorite movie: Mrs. Pettigrew Lives for a Day

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Britney Farr

Where can people find you on social media?: britfarr2015 (instagram)

Favorite role: Chiffon in Little Shop of Horrors

Bucket List role: Belle in Beauty and the Beast

Explain A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum: It is a comedic love story about a young man, Hero, who falls in love with a courtesan who has already been betrothed to another man. Upon hearing this situation Hero’s slave Pseudelous agrees to help Hero win her over in return for his freedom. As Pseudelous lies his way through this twisted web of a plan there is nothing but false death, mistaken identities, unexpected visitors and a lot of pandemonium. It is not until the very end that all wrongs are made right, all identities are revealed, and love wins.

Tell us about your role: I play a courtesan, a Gemanae twin, who is graceful, winsome and does everything with her twin.

What should audiences take away from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the ForumThere is a lot of physical humor as well as spoken. Expect to laugh, a lot!

One interesting fact about yourself: For any Grease fans, in college I took a speak class taught by the actress Annette Charles (aka Cha Cha DeGregorio)

 


Ticket Information:

Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Directed by: Annie Dwyer

Playing at: D.L. Parsons Theatre

11801 Community Center Dr, Northglenn, CO 80233

Runs: July 14- July 23

Tickets: $12 youth and seniors/ $14 adults

Get tickets: 303-450-8800 or online at www.northglennarts.org

Fri/Sat @ 7:30 p.m.; Sun @ 6 p.m.

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The cast of Northglenn Players production of ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.’ Photo Credit: Olga Lopez


Cast List:

  • Senex – Jeffrey Graves
  • Domina – Victoria Pace
  • Hero – Kade Fritzler
  • Hysterium – Gabriel Morales
  • Pseudolus – Cooper Kaminsky
  • Erronius – Jeff Jesmer
  • Miles Gloriousus – Cole White
  • Marcus Lycus – Josh Leisure
  • Tintinabula – Michaela Lamb
  • Panacea – Lauren Lee Kirk
  • Vibrata – Simone LeBaron
  • The Geminae: Britney Farr and Jenna Alves
  • Gymnasia – Danielle Rankin
  • Philia – Hannah Harmon
  • The Proteans: Michael Rossitto, Anthony Okazaki, Emilio Figueroa
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