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As always, you can check out my full acting blog: The Erin Cronicals, for stories and adventures about my time as an actor here in New York City. You can also check out my coaching blog: Bite-Size Business for Actors, which has a bunch of tips & hints about how to go about building an acting career. Finally, you can check out the other blogs where I'm a contributing writer: The Seeing Place: Our Craft, Our Process (which is about the art of acting) and Backstage, which is more business-driven.

And you can check out my Demos Page to see some fun clips and videos from the stage & screen.



Current and Upcoming Projects

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November 4-19, 2017: JACK GOES BOATING (play)

Erin Cronican as Director, and playing the role of Connie

I am proud to announce my winter project with The Seeing Place - we're taking on the heartwarming dramaedy, JACK GOES BOATING.

Laced with cooking classes, swimming lessons, and a smorgasbord of illegal drugs, JACK GOES BOATING. is a story of date panic, marital meltdown, betrayal, and the prevailing grace of the human spirit. Written by Bob Glaudini, this revival marks the 10th Anniversary of the play’s premiere, originally produced/directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman at LAByrinth Theater. In JACK GOES BOATING, Jack is a shy and awkward man who drives a limo and lives an unassuming life. His friend and co-worker, Clyde, and his wife Lucy, feel sorry for Jack and set him up on a blind date with Connie. Connie shares Jack's shyness and awkwardness, but through each other they seem to be able to find solace within themselves. Trouble might be brewing in paradise though, as Clyde and Lucy's marriage stumbles just as Jack and Connie's relationship grows.

TSP Main Stage - November 4-19, 2017
at the Paradise Factory (Basement Theater), 64 East 4th St, NYC

Tickets are just $15 and can be purchased here: www.theseeingplace.com


October 16-December 30, 2017: THIS ONE'S FOR THE GIRLS (musical)

Erin Cronican as Standby for Samantha, Eden and Rosa

I am excited to announce that I've been cast as the female stand-by for the brand new Off-Broadway musical THIS ONE'S FOR THE GIRLS.

THIS ONE'S FOR THE GIRLS is a high-energy celebration of American women featuring Top-40 songs like…RESPECT, Stand by Your Man, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, These Boots are Made for Walkin’, I Will Survive, and Greatest Love of All.

Performances are Fridays at 8 PM — Saturdays at 2 PM

St. Luke’s Theater ~ 308 West 46th Street, New York City

Tickets can be purchased here: thisonesforthegirlsthemusical.com

Being a stand-by means that I do not have a principal role in the show, but I "stand-by" t provide coverage for any actor that gets injured, has an illness, or goes on vacation. Many stand-bys never go on, and some go on often. What's certain is that I'll have my hands full preparing three separate roles, ready to go on at any time! The show stars Jana Robbins, Traci Bair, Aneesa Folds, and Haley Swindal.


...& The Infinite (album, musical and film)

Erin Cronican as Sylvia

I'm in the studio recording the EP for a brand new musical which is being developed for the stage and screen!

Synopsis: Childhood sweethearts Sylvia and Tristan were in the colossal rock band Death of the General. After fifteen years of marriage, raising a child, infidelities, and being in a band together we tell their story as each of them perform their first solo shows after the divorce, their last couples therapy session, and the last album they’ll ever write together.


ONGOING: ACTOR-OWN Musical Reading Series (musical)

Erin Cronican as various characters

Every month, I take part in this musical series, where actors assemble to perform the complete score & libretto of well know musicals. See what they had to say about our readings on Cabaret Hotline Online...

So far, I have starred as:

Amalia Balash in SHE LOVES ME Cinderella in INTO THE WOODS
Eva Peron in EVITA Millie Dillmount in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE
Amy in COMPANY Sarah Brown in GUYS AND DOLLS
Florence in CHESS Guenevere in CAMELOT
Glinda in WICKED Maureen in RENT
Elle Woods in LEGALLY BLONDE Sally Bowles in CABARET
Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme in ASSASSINS Christine Daae in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Laurey Williams in OKLAHOMA! Ariel Moore in FOOTLOOSE
Polly Baker in CRAZY FOR YOU Eliza Doolittle in MY FAIR LADY
Shelley Parker in BAT BOY Narrator in JOSEPH...DREAMCOAT
Hope Cladwell in URINETOWN Queenie in Andrew Lippa's THE WILD PARTY
Daisy Hilton in SIDE SHOW Eponine in LES MISERABLES
Mother in RAGTIME Jo March in LITTLE WOMEN
Amneris in AIDA Lady of the Lake in SPAMALOT
Lucille Frank in PARADE Marion in THE MUSIC MAN
Dot in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE Alice Beane in Maury Yeston's TITANIC
Ellen in MISS SAIGON Kate Monster/Lucy T Slut in AVENUE Q
Christine in PHANTOM (Yeston)  


Ongoing- St Clement's Church (service)

Erin Cronican as Singer

St. Clement's celebrates and serves the theatre district community, symbolized by its famous Mass in the Theatre (most Sundays). They remain the third oldest, continually operating Off Broadway Theatre in New York City. A congregation that has always celebrated the ministry of women, of gay and lesbian people, and those of all walks of life; a longtime center of service to the poor, celebrating social activism and creative liturgy, they are one of the most diverse Episcopal parishes in New York City. Learn more here.


Ongoing- The Salon (musical open mic)

Erin Cronican as Singer

I take part in the weekly Salon series, currently being hosted at Etc. Etc. in New York City on Sunday nights, appearing with a roster of singers for their open mic (7:00pm-10:30pm). There is a cover charge and drink minimum.

See mention of my performance on BroadwayWorld.com!

See/Hear clips from various performances by clicking here.


Ongoing- Dramatic Improvement (improv)

Erin Cronican as Corporate Trainer

Erin is a a corporate trainer with Dramatic Improvement, a training company that uses forum tehater and role playing techniques to teaches leadership and emotional intelligence skills to corporate managers and officers.


Recent Projects


September 24, 2017: A Midsummer Night's Moose Story (developmental table read of new screenplay)

Erin Cronican as Judith and others

It's wonderful to be asked back by Wilderness Films to be a part of their development of "A Midsummer Night's Moose Story" - a feature length comedy about an American slacker who gets lost in the countryside of Sweden only to help the community find themselves again.

For more information about Wilderness Films, click here.


June 30- July 16, 2017: Cloud 9 (play)

Erin Cronican as Edward/Lin

I am proud to announce my summer project with The Seeing Place -we're taking on the socio-political farce, CLOUD 9, by Caryl Churchill

Caryl Churchill's revolutionary masterwork is an audacious and playful take on sexual politics, which resonates today as much as its startling 1979 debut in its exploration of power and perception. Drawing a line between Colonialism and Feminism, this modern classic bends time, gender, and genre and embraces the confusion and complication of identity: What forces define who we are—and at what cost? 

TSP Main Stage - June 30-July 16, 2017

at The Seeing Place @ Access Theater

380 Broadway (4th Fl) NYC

Tickets are just $15 and can be purchased here: www.theseeingplace.com

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Reviews for the show:

"One of the great plays is being produced at The Seeing Place Theater: Cloud 9, a play of such density and dynamism, a play of such warmth and bitter intelligence, a play of such sobering and poignant import…The Seeing Place Theater ensemble, a company I intend to keep my eye on, does this masterwork more than justice in a very fine production co-directed by Brandon Walker and Erin Cronican. Like a veteran trainer, they take this beast of a play, bursting with energy and opportunity, and produce an intelligible and pointed and very enjoyable production." - Aron Carter, Stage Buddy

"Erin Cronican is also notable as the constantly fidgeting young Edward and the appealingly earthy Lin...Throughout the whole ensemble is a yearning sense toward connection, coupled with the conviction that true connection may not be possible." - Zelda Knapp, A Work Unfinishing

"An edgy, seat-of-the-pants production by the always-risk-taking Seeing Place Theater...the cast embraces its barely tamed wildness with all the gusto they can muster, giving the whole an exhilarating improvisational vibe." - Howard Miller, Upstage Downstage

"The Seeing Place Theatre is getting very well known for their strong ensemble and bold production choices.  This very challenging play unfolds moment by moment due to the company’s skillful approach.  They have a sharp focus on the value of the message in Ms. Churchill’s writing, and make is accessible and relevant to a diverse present day audience.  There are very impressive performances by Jane Kahler, Erin Cronican, Brandon Walker, Bill McAndrews, Sabrina Schlegel-Mejia, Robin Friend Stift, and Ari Veach." - Domenick Danza, More Then The Play

"If you liked last season's Sense and Sensibility you'll love The Seeing Place Theater's production of Cloud 9...The ensemble's acting was terrific all around...everyone was magical." - Arthur Wooten, The Dizzy Traveler

"Under the co-direction of Brandon Walker and Erin Cronican, the company’s enthusiastic production at Tribeca’s Access Theater is at times giddy in its playfulness...The Seeing Place meets the challenges Churchill lays out by emphasizing the at times blinding absurdity of power and oppression." - Patrick Maley, Exeunt Magazine


July 10, 2017 (7pm): Our Country's Good (reading)

Erin Cronican as Liz Morden

I'm so excited to be a part of presenting this hilarious and thought-provoking play in tandem with our production of CLOUD NINE.

In Timberlake Wertenbaker's dramatization of a real-life incident and Thomas Keneally's novel The Playmaker, it is 1788, and a Royal Marine lieutenant directs several of the criminals and misfits banished to the new British colony of Australia in the first play the country has produced, gradually winning the skeptical fledgling actors over to the magic of the theatre.

Click here for more info about this reading series.


April 26, 2017: On The Blade (developmental table read of new screenplay)

Erin Cronican as Emily

It's wonderful to be asked back by Wilderness Films to be a part of their development of "On The Blade" - a feature length drama (based on a true story) about the dangers of college hazing rituals.

For more information about Wilderness Films, click here.


April 19, 2017: Play Like A Winner (NYMF musical- promotional event)

Erin Cronican as Kathy

We just found out that "Play Like A Winner" was named the winner of the 2016 Developmental Reading Series and has been invited to present a full production in the 2017 Festival as a part of the Next Link Project.

I'm thrilled to have been invited back to perform the leading role of Kathy in this hilarious musical about motherly love going a little overboard. I have been a part of the developmental process for the past two years, and it's wonderful to see it take its next step of professional development at the New York Music Theater Festival.


January 30, 2017 (7pm): Ziegfeld Follies of the Air (gala benefit)

Erin Cronican as Marilyn Miller

I'm honored to have been invited back to reprise my role in this gala benefit for the Ziegfeld Society, co-starring with Tony Award Winner Liliane Montevecchi and Tony nominee Walter Willison, along with Braodway greats Loni Ackerman, Shelly Burch, Carole Demas, Marcy DeGonge Manfredi and others.

Woman Around Town - "Marilyn Miller [is played by] a sparkling Erin Cronican."



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