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Production Company

Septemeber 24th, 2019

Brennan and his talented friends joined together to create a production company.

MORE TO COME!

Play Review

Septemeber 22nd, 2019

Dragons in the Crease - Review

"Mr. Tracy, manages to bring a truth to his character that is refreshing."

https://t2conline.com/ny-summerfest-dragons-in-the-crease/

Dragons in the Crease (Play)

Rehearsal started August 14th

Ran September 17th-22nd, 2019

Brennan is currently performing at the Hudson Guild Theater in Manhattan, NY for the original play, 'Dragons in the Crease'. Brennan is playing the lead, as a 16 year old prodigy attending a local college. However, he has a severe stutter which cause complications with his professor and himself creating nation news and going viral.

https://newyorktheaterfestival.com/dragons-in-the-crease/

Little Voice - Apple TV

August 10th, 2019

Brennan was featured in the new Apple Tv show

Little Voice which was shot in Time Square and Central Park.

The Eric Andre Show - Adult Swim

June 26, 2019 

Brennan was featured in the Adult Swim show

The Eric Andre Show for the upcoming season 5, working to help comedy genius, Eric Andre, pull off hilarious pranks on bouncers. 

Studio (Short Film) 

 July 4th, 2019

Brennan was cast as the lead in a short film called Studio. A parody on  the show 'The Office' except the place of work is a NYU film class seemingly falling apart. Brennan plays similar to a 'Jim Halpert' and used his improv and comedy skills to fully take on the role.

Graduated - Neighborhood Playhouse 

May 13th, 2019

Graduated from the 'Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre' in New York City.

Love & Information (Play)

Rehearsal started April 1st

Ran May 3rd, 6th, 9th & 11

Brennan joined the play 'Love & Information'. A very creative experience involving phones, the use of immesnse timing, and choreographed teamwork that led to the final two performances selling out. He had an incredible time working with the directors and was allowed to explore comedic creativity throughout the rehearsal process. He found himself alone on stage with a comedy monologue called 'God' that brought some comedic relief near the end of the play.