Bryn was thrilled to have her Artist Perspective, To the Theatre School Graduates of 2019, published by Intermission Magazine:
“I wrote this because I had thoughts rolling around in my head about a very difficult period of my life. I wrote this because I wish that someone had said these words to me. I wrote this because I needed to process what had happened. And I thought it was possible that this year, there might be someone else who would need to as well.”
Bryn participated in the photo series Portraits of Vulnerability from the blog, Creatively Different. The project focuses on the power and connection that comes from “embracing your authenticity and expressing vulnerability“.
What Makes You Authentic?
“I have never been afraid of being different and I have rarely cared about what people think. I wasn’t one of the girls in high school who tried to dress like everyone else or be interested in the same things. I stubbornly and with purpose went in the opposite direction, sometimes to my own detriment. I have always, always been exactly myself, a definition that has, of course, shifted over the years, but I was true to whatever it was in the moment. I found what I loved at a young age, forged my own path, and never looked back.”
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Bryn was interviewed by Bailey Green from In the Greenroom alongside Kevin McLaughlin and Ty Sloane as part of Paprika Festival Director’s Lab.
What have you learned from working with each other?
“From Ty and Kevin I have learned to live longer in the process part. I tend to jump straight to product, ‘let’s block this!’ And for me it’s checking boxes instead of sitting in this world and exploring it. When we did our training days and got to direct in front of each other, I was just so in awe of how they (Kevin and Ty) trust the process. I was able to see how the end result will be richer by having patience with yourself and the performers as you move through creating something together.”
Read the full interview here.