“Tricia Brouk is slick and earnest”
The New Yorker
Director, Writer, Producer, Curator, Coach
Tricia Brouk’s passion for storytelling has shaped her worked in film, television, and theater for over two decades.
She is an award winning director, including being awarded Top Director of 2019 by the International Association of International Professionals, Award of Merrit by The IndieFest for her short documentary Right Livelihood A Journey to Here, Best Comedy from the Vancouver WebFest for Directing Sublets and A Golden Thumb Award from Roger Ebert for her work on John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes.
Her work has been featured on Black Box for ABC, The Affair for Showtime, and Rescue Me on FOX, as well as in Lasse Hallstrom’s The Hoax with Richard Gere. She has worked closely with, Kate Winslet, Susan Sarandon, Eddie Izzard, Christopher Walken, Steve Buscemi, Bobby Cannavale, Kelly Reilly, FamkeJensenand her dear friend, the late James Gandolfini.
Tricia is committed to producing and directing stories that inspire, entertain, uplift, and foster an exchange of ideas. As the Executive Producer of Speakers Who Dare, and former Executive Producer of TEDxLincolnSquare, she curates the top speakers in the country, and her production company, The Big Talk Productions, shoots documentary shorts on the thought leaders making an impact on our world.
Her ground-breaking Speaker Salon has culminated in hundreds of her speakers booking international speaking engagements, TEDx Talks and landing with the top speaker bureaus alongside Mel Robbins and Barbara Corcoran.
In The News
The New York Times
…structure and emotion, both embraced avidly.
…Brouk is bold and crystal clear.
Tricia Brouk lends an irresistible, maniacal dimension to Turturro’s vision, especially in a salsa number complete with firemen in a conga line, clamoring after Kate Winslet.
The New York Times
As a performer, Brouk embodies clarity, freshness and … a dramatic intuitiveness that has lent her dancing an effervescent elegance.
Tricia provides a polishing staging.
The New Yorker
Tricia Brouk is slick and earnest.
Broadway After Dark
Think Gypsy Rose Lee in sophistication, together with a little bawdy, a lot of talent and an evening from which you will walk away smiling.
Brouk emanates an encompassing, welcoming presence on the stage–she’s a dancer who is not just in her own world, but invites you into that world, to experience and share the dance with her.
Erotic Broadway/Vintage Variety is a sort of high class PG-13.
I Blog Broadway.com
Ms. Brouk has all the actors moving throughout the show with the same stylization and pace and maintains the beauty of that movement from first step to last.
I’m always amazed at Tricia Brouk’s effect on me – What an amalgamation of sacred and profane…and making it all look so easy…Wow.
She is also a starry, sparkling stage presence, one of the most beautiful and accomplished women on New York stages.
Work With Me
Tricia has worked on thousands of projects over the span of her career and applies the same proven techniques she uses while directing actors on the big screen with her speakers on the big stage. She is a master at teaching speakers the art of public speaking, including identifying the idea, crafting the big talk and being captivating on stage every time.
She has coached speakers to take stages at TEDxHiltonHead, TEDxSyracuse, TEDxLadyBirdLake, TEDxNortheastern, TEDxBartonSprings, TEDxSevilleSq, TEDxMattlockRoad, TEDxSouthLakeTahoeand her event TEDxLincolnSquare.
She has also worked with speakers on Keynotes that have landed them on stages at the FDA, Avon, Creative Coalition, American Council of Sports Medicine, The Fearless Women’s Summit and Physical Therapy Conferences around the world.
Whether Tricia is coaching, directing, speaking, or writing, her goal is to create a safe space for you to tap into your vulnerability, open your soul, and find the clarity to express what’s inside, so that you can have the global impact you want.