Erica trained at Claude Watson School for the Arts and LAMDA in the UK. Last year she was fortunate to be a part of two new play workshops, a Hamilton Fringe show and a Netflix Christmas movie. Former credits include: Bell, Book & Candle (Classic Theatre Festival), The Importance of Being Earnest (Gryphon Theatre), Godspell (The Stage Co.), Beauty and the Beast (Playbill Theatre), Guilty Secrets (Magnus Theatre), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Variety), Dine Her (RealSpace Theatre) and a number of award-winning short films. She has written and performed for the Toronto Fringe Festival and is Co-Artistic Director of a small independent theatre company. As an RCM-certified Artist Educator she works in schools, professional theatres and in community settings. Erica loves teaching and co-creating with artists of all ages!
Q&A with Erica
Name your favourite YPT production:
It’s always changing, but I really enjoyed The 26 Letter Dance.
Describe your favourite Drama School memory:
There are so many! All the shows created by kids; amazing ideas and kind hearts.
What would the central theme of a play written about you be?
Clumsy but caring.
As the 2019/20 Season theme is the Seven Ancestral Teachings, what is something you appreciate about Toronto and why?
The people! So many backgrounds and cultures and experiences and ideas. There is always something to learn and celebrate.