Erin teaches techniques for crafting vibrant and repeatable performances on stage & screen. By rooting the work in movement, the actor learns to work from the outside-in. Because the body is moving through a dynamic experience, the voice and mind will follow without strain. Working in this way, the actor learns to plant their focus on the very real environment around them. This allows the performance to remain present and spontaneous, even as the physicality is repeated. 
Erin holds a BFA in Acting from The American Musical & Dramatic Academy, and an MFA in Acting and New Work Creation from The Ohio State University.

Erin currently teaches ViewpointsVoice & Movement, and Acting at The Chicago Actors Studio.