Erinn can be seen next on stage in Emily Bice's new play, before the flood, directed and produced by Nina Goodheart and co-produced by Kyra Calaway Swanson, in association with Topcat LLC. before the flood will run at the Chain Theatre (312 W. 36th Street, 3rd floor) September 8th - 18th. To learn more, please visit our.show/beforetheflood.
Erinn can be seen next on screen in the ABC Signature / FX limited series for Hulu, Fleishman is in Trouble (Co-Star, dir. Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris), starring Jesse Eisenberg, Lizzy Caplan, Claire Danes, Josh Radnor, Christian Slater, and Adam Brody. Adapted by Taffy Brodesser-Akner, based on her best-selling novel by the same name. Air date TBD.
The short film, Twice As Good (dir. Kristian King), in which Erinn played Mrs. Tyler, premiered at the 2021 Atlanta Film Festival and was then selected by NBC Universal and Target for their Scene in Color Film Series (Summer 2021). To watch Twice As Good, click here.
Erinn also appeared in a short film called Jump (dir. Natalia Curea), which has won numerous accolades, including the Audience Choice Award at the 2021 Berlin Lift-Off Film Festival, Best Drama at the New York International Film Awards, and Best International Short at the Paris Short Film Festival. To learn more and view the trailer, click here. Please also check back soon for future screening dates.
The webseries, Naysayer (dir. Michael Molina Minard), in which Erinn played a drama teacher named Mrs. Yura, was recently released online. To learn more and view the series, please go to https://www.naysayerseries.com.
Erinn also performed in numerous virtual play readings throughout the pandemic, including the Metropolitan Playhouse productions "The People" (dir. Alex Roe) and "Winter's Night" (dir. Rachael Langton); the Alternative Theater Company's BelieveAbility productions "Invisibility" and "Going Viral" (dir. Judy Dodd), and "Holy Corona" (dir. Kim Sharp); and the Workshop Theater’s special reunion reading of Levy Lee Simon's The Guest at Central Park West (dir. Thomas Coté), starring John Marshall Jones.
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