News and Updates
Erin heads to the Catskills to begin rehearsals as young Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the famous leading figure of the American women’s rights movement, in this new play by Kyle Bass.
From Franklin Stage Company:
”In 1839, Harriet Powell, a young, mixed-race, enslaved woman slips away from a hotel in Syracuse, New York, and escapes, finding temporary safe harbor in the home of impassioned abolitionist Gerrit Smith. With the slave catchers in pursuit, Harriet spends the hours before her nighttime escape to Canada in the company of Smith’s young cousin Elizabeth Cady, an outspoken advocate for women’s equality. As both women confront new and difficult ideas about race, identity, and equality, Harriet is forced to the precipice of a radical reckoning with the heartrending cost of freedom.”
Admission is free to the public in the historic Chapel Hall of Franklin, NY from July 12th–July 28th.
Madame’s Soiree at The Duplex
Erin closes the favorite cabaret in its fourth season at The Duplex.
UCB Character 101 Performance
Erin performs an original character at UCB Hell’s Kitchen in a culmination of Character 101.
Antony and Cleopatra
Erin joins the ensemble of the CAGE theatre in “Antony and Cleopatra” as a part of a series of performances from the full canon.
“Alien Vs. Musical” — Winterfest 2019 Nominees
The cast of “Alien Vs. Musical” performs at the awards ceremony for Winterfest 2019 as a nominee for Best Musical!
A Doll’s House, Part 2
Review of Maine’s premiere production call Erin “a young actress to watch.”
Reviews for Erin from the Bangor Daily News:
“…a natural stage charisma that draws an audience to her like a magnet.”
“Walsh is so charming in the role that theatergoers almost…are able to believe the culture of the 19th century will spare Emmy her mother’s fate.”
A Doll’s House, Part 2
Erin headed north to spend fall in beautiful Camden, Maine, playing Emmy in Maine’s premiere production of Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2” at the historic Camden Opera House.
New York Comic Con
Nerds unite! Erin loved teaming up with Pottermore and Audible as a part of “A Harry Potter Pensieve Experience” at 2018’s New York Comic Con.
Check out Erin’s feature on Audible’s Instagram story
UCB Improv 201 Performance
Erin performs at UCB East. RIP Beast.
Erin headed upstate to the Hudson River Valley to film two original sketches.
Charity flash mob! Erin had the privilege of singing alongside an inspiring group of young people at this year’s SeriousFun Children Network Gala, raising money for Paul Newman’s charity organization at the Ziegfeld Ballroom.
Off-Broadway Cares: Non-Equity Fights AIDS
Erin had a blast with an incredible cast of NYC singers and comedians in this cabaret at the Laurie Beechman.
Prohibition NYC Broadway Night
Erin headed to Prohibition to sing in the beloved monthly show. This month’s theme, “Revolution”.
Erin returns to NYC — bye Disney!
Disney Cruise Line
The year of Disney begins! Erin flew to Toronto to begin rehearsals for Disney Cruise Line.
Erin performed in 5 stage musicals aboard the Disney Magic, and visited over 25 countries throughout Europe and North America.
Check out a video clip in erin’s vocal reel
and photos in the gallery
RISE — Original Work
Performing original poetry and comedy, Erin teamed up with NYC artists to raise money for RAINN in a collaborative afternoon at the John Cullum Theater with the American Theatre of Actors.
“On My Own” Parody at Bitch Party
Erin joined forces with musical parodists and comediennes Jesse Roth and Kathleen Kennedy at their “First Show!”, Bitch Party’s inaugural comedy romp. Eponine’s “On My Own” from Les Mis became source material for a song even more full of pain.
*Warning: explicit language and content!
New Musical Reading
Erin loved joining Davenport Theatrical for the Daniel Goldstein directed reading of a new 1940s post-war musical.
New Play Reading
Erin took part in the reading of a new play adapted from Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee”.
Erin teams up with Martini Theatre Co. for a summer workshop of Shakespeare’s “Cymbeline”.
Erin had a blast returning to Broadway Sessions with Ben Cameron, this time for their Tony Awards Celebration co-hosted by Daisy Eagan.
Syracuse University BFA
Erin graduated with honors from the Department of Drama at Syracuse University and New York City’s Tepper Semester. Erin completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting, graduating magna cum laude and the winner of the Edward G. Greer Prize for Classical Acting.
Los Angeles — Sorkin Week
Erin was thrilled to return to Los Angeles, selected as a participant in SU Drama’s annual Sorkin Week, named for SU Drama alum Aaron Sorkin.
Seniors spent the week with industry professionals and alumni throughout the city in workshops, meetings, and talkbacks.
Move to New York City
Erin moved to Manhattan to complete her final semester at Syracuse University’s Tepper Semester.