Brittney Morton is a beautiful powerhouse as Princess Fiona, who has a deep, dark (well, green-faced) secret of her own.
Some Enchanted Evening -
Crown Uptown Theater
Soul of Motown -
"AHP is a top notch show, rated one of the best in Pigeon Forge.
Little Women -
"Brittney Morton, a New Yorker making her Crown debut, is irrepressibly spunky as Jo March, a free-thinking tomboy who swears she will never marry because she is “not built for gowns.”
Crazy For You -
"The Follies Girls were led by dance manager Tess (Brittney Morton). She was an effortlessly engaging dancer and stage presence." -The Portland Phoenix Review
I Love A Piano -
For her part, Morton and her rich soprano shine with “Let Yourself Go” and “Say It Isn’t So” as well as the top-tapping title tune (and show finale) “I Love a Piano.”
White Christmas -
Brittney Morton, last seen as Jo in Crown’s “Little Women,” is a wise-cracking, would-be femme fatale with a strong, colorful, comfortable voice as Judy, Betty’s younger sister, who doesn’t need quite as much chaperoning as her sister imagines.
America's Hit Parade -
"AHP is a top notch show, rated one of the best in Pigeon Forge. You will be dancing in your seats as you travel through the decades.
The Wizard of Oz -
"Brittney Morton, as Dorothy, has the biggest and most challenging role. She handles it with aplomb, maintaining an equable balance between insecurity and self-confidence, with the latter quality triumphing!"