Britt Lauer is a theatre maker living and working on the unceded lands of the Ramaytush Ohlone. As Associate Producer of We Players, over the past five years Britt has helped to create work in over a dozen national, regional, and city park sites. Most recently she co-created We Players’ The Keeper, a wild and whimsical portrait of a female lighthouse keeper in limbo. She is the Co-Founder of Poltergeist Theatre Project, a queer collective that reclaims problematic classics and seeks to shift the predominant narrative through work that is radically queer, feminist, and intrinsically participatory. Through the Poltergeist Theatre Project, Britt was part of a team of creatives that devised The Julie Cycle, a QTPOC retelling of Strindberg’s Miss Julie. Other roles include Portia in Caesar Maximus, Minerva in Roman Women, and Puck in Midsummer of Love, all with We Players. In addition to her work on stage, Britt is passionate about applying theatrical skills in nontraditional contexts, working in the medical and business industries to help develop and enhance empathic communication. Britt can often be found plunging into alpine lakes and spending time with trees.