With utter fearlessness, the cast of Bar Dykes engages the senses with near-perfect timing, emotion, and vulnerability... Brilliantly acted by Brooke M. Haney... the cast shines in a true ensemble performance - Advocate
The cast completely commits to the tone and cadence of the text, honoring the characters’ individual truths with sparkling emotional depth. ...It’s a joy I don’t want to ever end.
- Arts Forum, Jess Barbagallo on Bar Dykes.
Haney plays Dee Dee artfully as a high-strung, naive dreamer. - The Boston Globe
This play is an actor's dream, a director's challenge and an audience's delight. ...two actresses -- Susan Bigger (Alberta) and Brooke M. Haney (Dee Dee) are perfect. - The Edge Boston
Brooke is a New York based theatre artist who has worked regionally in Seattle, Boston, Orlando, and Kentucky as well as internationally. They have a passion for classical text and new play development. They graduated from the University of Central Florida with their MFA in Performance and studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Brooke is an Adjunct Professor of Acting at Marymount Manhattan College. AEA, SAG/AFTRA.
Since 1999, OMB has been performing for children in hospitals across New York City and Washington DC. Our mission is very simple, to give joy and inspiration to as many sick children as we can. Our unique way of doing this is to bring professional actors into hospital wards to entertain the children with specially created plays designed for their needs and to encourage their participation. Brooke joined the acting company of OMB in 2018. Check out their new initiative during COVID-19 Online Make Believe!
by Topher Payne
directed by Mark Finley
at The Other Side of Silence
Monday, Sept 13th @ 7pm
Brooke will be playing Millie in this free reading produced by the The Other Side of Silence, the first professional gay theatre company in NYC. Inspired by the true story of the earliest stirrings of the American gay rights movement, madcap classic sitcom-style laughs give way to provocative drama as two “All-American” couples are forced to stare down the closet door.
by Rajiv Joseph
directed by Tyler Riley and Cameron Cueva Clarke
intimacy choreography by Brooke M. Haney
with Company of Fools
May 15-24th on Live and Streaming
Directed by Ben Abel-Bey
“Ms. Haney brings physical strength and emotional vulnerability to this challenging role.” - New York Theatre Review
“Kiss Me Or Cut Off My Head is a sensitive portrayal of the physical, emotional, and often economic trauma of sexual violence.” - New York Theatre Review