Erin is an actor and musician who performs in Chicago and Los Angeles. Most recently, she played the role of #46 in Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves at the Goodman Theatre.
Other credits include playing the role of Peggy in The Hundred Dresses with Chicago Children's Theatre, Real Annie in For Annie, a new play produced by The Sound and directed by Rebecca Willingham; and Billi in H.M.S. Pinafore with The Hypocrites at Actors Theatre of Louisville and American Repertory Theatre. She has worked with such theatres as Griffin, Lifeline, Redtwist, Night Blue, Citadel, Black Ensemble Theatre, Chicago Mammals, Evanston Light Opera Works, and the Metropolis Performing Arts Center, among others. Favorite past roles include Jo March in Little Women, Chiffon in Little Shop of Horrors, Janet in Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show, and Sybil in Private Lives.
On camera, she has done a wide variety of short films, independent films, webisodes, and commercials.
Erin is a founding member, the Artistic Director, and Production Manager of Awkward Pause Theatre. She has production managed all of APT’s shows including You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Autobahn by Neil LaBute, Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show, Little Shop of Horrors, Urinetown, and The Beecher Sisters.
Erin works as an actor, nanny, and violin teacher. She has played the violin since the age of three, and also enjoys composing songs on her ukulele. She loves traveling, hanging with her dogs (Cooper and Flynn), and writing an "about me" section on her website that sounds vaguely like a cheesy dating profile. She is represented by the awesome agents at Stewart Talent.