Adventure We Can is a Brooklyn based full-service production collective specializing in content creation for arts organizations. we have created marketing campaigns, webseries, short films, doc shorts, social content, music videos, PSAs and more.
adventure we can, adventure we will.
CRYSTAL ARNETTE, Founder & CEO
Crystal is the co-founder of non-profit arts initiative SEQUIN & the founder/CEO of the production collective Adventure We Can. Along with The Bats, she co-created SERIALS @ The Flea in 2010 and served as co-creative producer from 2014-16. She has created & directed video content for The Flea, Ars Nova, NYTW, The Broadway League, Dramatists Guild Foundation, Ensemble Studio Theatre, ECM Records, Atlantic Theater Co, The New Group, Playwrights Horizons, Aldo Group, Oath:, Shantell Martin, Geometry Global, Reuters, HSBC, Unilever, The Make It Fair Project + many more. Crystal was a member of The Bats, the acclaimed resident acting company at The Flea for 6 seasons. She has also performed with The Bushwick Starr, Atlantic Theater Co, Woolly Mammoth, W.H.A.T, The P.I.T., and Webster Hall. Crystal can be seen in award-winning features, shorts, and web series and is currently on the festival circuit as the director of The Hunted: Encore Season 2. She has worked on campaigns & films with Olson, Droga5, Radical Media, Sony/RCA Records, M ss ng P eces, Supply & Demand, Carousel-NYC, Film Orange & Mass Appeal. She is a BFA graduate of the School of Drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
EMILY JEANNE BROWN, Creative Manager
Emily Jeanne Brown is an actor & filmmaker who thrives on collaboration, intimate storytelling and community-building through advocacy, allyship and artistry. Originally from Sonoma County, California, Emily grew up surrounded by redwoods, vineyards and the beautiful Pacific Ocean. After receiving her B.A. from Smith College, Emily spent three years based in Manhattan, where she became a member of The Bats, the award-winning resident acting company at the Flea Theater. Regionally, she has performed at Forestburgh Playhouse, American Shakespeare Center, Texas Shakespeare Festival, Guthrie Theater and American Conservatory Theater. Emily completed her M.F.A. in Acting at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco in May 2017. This year Emily co-wrote, co-produced and acted with her creative partner Diana Gonzalez-Morett in their first original short film, Tormenta, directed by Amy Harrison.
Emily currently resides in New York City. She is a proud member of the Actors' Equity Association