Erin Joy Schmidt
Erin Joy Schmidt's recent credits include: Other Desert Cities (Actors' Playhouse); Charming Acts of Misery (South Beach Comedy Festival); Goldie, Max and Milk and Mezzulah, 1946 (Florida Stage); Fifty Words and Reasons to Be Pretty (GableStage); Summer Shorts '08, '09 & '10 (City Theatre); Dying City, Dead Man's Cell Phone and Talk Radio (Mosaic Theatre); 4.48 Psychosis (Naked Stage); Macbeth and the Monster, Viva Bourgeois (Carbonell Nomination), Mixtape and Some Girl(s) at Mad Cat Theatre Company, where she is an acting company member. She has been nominated three times for a Carbonell Award. While not on stage, Erin is an adjunct professor of Theatre at Broward College. MFA: Actors Studio Drama School at New School University.