Erin has written the full-length plays A Meth Play, Coffee/Lovelorn, Devil to Pay, Hence, Menders, Narrator 1, Not As of Yet, Return, Small Pond, Some New Fairytales, and Trying.
Trying was produced at the Bushwick Starr in 2010, and a radio play version of Trying was the winner of the BBC World Service International Radio Play Contest and was broadcast on BBC World Service. It was also shortlisted for the Richard Imison Award from the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain. A Meth Play was the winner of the National Student Drama Fest’s International Playscript Award and received a reading at NSDF.
Erin’s full-length plays have been read and developed with the help of Flux Theatre Ensemble, the Saltbox Theatre, Iron Jaw Company, The Forge, At Hand Theatre Company, Hip Obscurity, Potluck Plays, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, The Flea, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, America in Play, Abingdon Theatre, Columbia University, and New York University. Erin’s short plays and collaborative texts have been produced by Overturn Theatre Ensemble, Culturefix, MadShag, The Forge, PACE University, The Slant Theater Project, Poliglot Theater, Spork Fest, Brooklyn Playwrights Collective, Sticky, Adelphi University, Columbia University, and Brooklyn College. Her screenplays have been award finalists and her poetry widely published. Erin primarily works in television documentaries and primarily lives in Brooklyn. Return was a winner of the Hudson Valley Writers’ Center Play Reading Series Contest and will be there in December 2011. Menders will be produced as part of Flux Theatre Ensemble’s 2011/2012 season.