The Happy/Sad Artist Collective represents a group of imaginative minds that have come together for the sake of collaborative art.  


We hope to provide ourselves and fellow artists with a safe place to grow and explore creatively with their craft.


We seek to amplify the artist's voice to a receiving audience, bridging the distance between vision and realization.

  Meet the Team

Alan Stevens

Founder/Artistic Director

Alan Stevens hails from Greenville, PA.  He has spent most of his adult life in the theatre wearing many hats.  His previous credits include Steel Magnolias (Director), Little Women the Musical (Director), Christmas at the Pierce (Writer/Director), and The Wizard of Oz (Director).  Alan has always had a passion for writing and is honored to be the founder and artistic director of The Happy/Sad Artist Collective. His latest play, The Principle, debuted at the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival in March 2017 and won for best writing.

Brittany Stahl

Production/Marketing Director

 Brittany Stahl  is a writer, which essentially means that she prefers to spend time with imaginary characters who won’t judge her for wearing leggings, even though we all know they’re not pants. Sometimes though, she puts on pants, ventures into the outside world and gets stuff done before noon. Brittany’s short film, Some Monsters, won a Jury Award for Best Narrative Short at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth in April 2016. Some Monsters was also selected for screening as part of Point Park University’s 2016 LA Showcase. Brittany premiered Daddy Walks Like A Slut at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June 2017 and Walk of Shame at the Short+Sweet Hollywood Festival in July 2017. Her one-woman show, Love After Death, premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2018 and had another run at Solofest 2020.

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