"An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one."
Charles Horton Cooley
Erica is a New York City-based actor/singer/dancer/human. She was born and raised in San Diego, CA, and chose a career in the arts thanks to her mother's "Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber" CD that played on repeat in the car throughout her childhood. She has trained at the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts, Boston University's Summer Theatre Intensive specializing in Viewpoints and directing training, and Pace University, where she graduated in 2017 with a BFA in musical theatre. Erica has two decades of dance training in ballet, modern (Limon, Sokolow, Horton, and McKayle), and theatre dance, as well as extensive experience in Shakespeare and Viewpoints technique. Erica has recently worked at San Diego Repertory Theatre, Weston Playhouse, Weathervane Theatre, and Theatre For the New City with luminaries such as Baayork Lee and Graciela Danielle.
When she isn't performing, Erica is a novice art historian, avid hiker, and devoted crazy cat lady.
Erica is currently playing The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
at the Tibbits Opera House in Coldwater, Michigan!
NEWS AND UPDATES
May 29th - June 16th, 2019
Erica will be making her Theatre By The Sea debut this summer as Madame Mnemosyne and the Hysterical Woman in John McMahon and Jay Jeffries' new musical LOVE AND OTHER FABLES!
LOVE AND OTHER FABLES is a new, completely original "Screwball Romantic Musical Comedy"- a love letter to the Golden Age of Broadway. In this madcap imagining of his life, we watch the then-unknown Aesop create his eternal fables, woo the headstrong girl of his dreams, defend King Croesus and his wealth by untangling the mind-boggling conundrums of The King of Egypt and ultimately become the unlikeliest hero of the greatest fable of all. There are mistaken identities, love and hate at first sight, declarations of war, death and taxes, international imbroglios, tap-dancing Greek soldiers, one very impatient Egyptian and, of course, a wedding.
This production will be directed by Jay Binder and choreographed by Parker Esse.
Tickets are available now and can be purchased here.