About Brittany Halen
Brittany Halen is a vocalist, dancer, actress and violinist based out of Houston Texas. Born into a musical family, she started playing the violin at age 6 under the instruction of her father, Eric Halen, and Grandfather, Dr. Walter Halen. At age 7, she found her way into a pair of tap shoes at Becky’s School of Dance. Finally, she found her love of musical theater through Theatre Under the Stars Humphreys School of Musical Theater where she was a student throughout high school. During this time, she also studied voice privately with the renowned vocalist Patti Spain.
She recently appeared as a vocal soloist with the Houston Symphony in a tribute performance to Marvin Hamlisch. She has also appeared in numerous productions with Houston theaters including Around The World in 80 Days with The Alley Theatre, Reefer Madness, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Avenue Zoo, White Christmas, Guys and Dolls, Scrooge, and Urban Cowboy with Theatre Under the Stars, Mack and Mabel and Failure; A Love Story with Stages Repertory Theater, and A Civil War Christmas, Madeline’s Christmas, and The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley with Mainstreet Theater. Her talent as a violinist has found its way into many of these performances.
As an educator, Brittany is a teaching artist with the Humphreys School of Musical Theater’s Academy and Outreach programs. She also is an instructor with Theater Under The Stars – The River, where she teaches musical theater classes to children with disabilities. She has also previously taught and choreographed productions for HITS Theater and Stageworks Theatre.
Brittany holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater with a concentration in Dance from Sam Houston State University, and is a member of Actors Equity Association.