SINGER ACTRESS WRITER CREATOR ARCHAEOLOGIST
Brittany Luberda is a singer, actress, and writer from New Orleans, Louisiana.
Brittany graduated from Georgia Southern University cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology.
Brittany has performed two seasons with L'Opera de Lafayette et Lagniappe as a featured soloist and was seen in Opera Lousiane's production of "The Pirates of Penzance. In February 2016, Brittany debuted the role of "Evangeline" in the premiere of Shane Courville's chamber opera, The Return. Brittany is an active performer with the Jefferson Performing Arts Society and has starred as "Missy Miller" in The Marvelous Wonderettes, "Marge Gelmen" in Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, and as a Ziegfeld dancer in Funny Girl . She performed for her second year as a Steward on the sold out seasonal performance run of The Polar Express: The Train Ride in New Orleans. Recently, she was onstage starring as "Lois Franklin/ Mrs. Varney in Victory Productions' Life Could Be A Dream in The Villages, Florida
Online, Brittany is the creator and host of "Coffee Break" - an interactive Live Stream show on her YouTube channel every weekday at 8:30 am/7:30 am central time
Offstage, Brittany enjoys collaborating with other musicians, writing scripts for her videos, interacting with followers and creating new content for social media, and going to the movies.