Britta Johnson is a composer, lyricist and writer based in Toronto, Canada. She made her American debut in the Spring of 2019 with Life After (for which she penned book, music and lyrics). It premiered at the Old Globe in San Diego after its extended Toronto run received six Dora Mavor Moore awards. Her other writing credits include: With her sister Anika Johnson: Dr. Silver: A Celebration of Life, Brantwood, Jacob Two-Two, Trap Door. With Sara Farb: Kelly v. Kelly, Reframed. With Katherine Cullen: Stupidhead! She was the librettist for choreographer Robert Binet’s adaptation of The Kreutzer Sonata with Ballet Moscow. She is the inaugural Crescendo Artist with The Musical Stage Company in Toronto, which includes a commitment to produce three of her shows in three years. She has a degree in music composition from the University of Toronto.
- LA/Southern California
- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Theatrical Composer (Music only)
- Theatrical Lyricist