Erin, who writes and performs as "Star Stone" is a poet, performer, yoga teacher and teaching artist whose work focuses on disrupting rape culture, uplifting survivor's of gender based violence, and normalizing conversations around mental health.
She is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Theatre, a graduate of UCB LA's Improv School, and is a current member of the the Dramatist's Guild of America.
In 2017, Star developed a comedic one-woman show, #MeToo, at the Marsh Theatre in San Francisco under the guidance of director David Ford. #MeToo is a true story comedy about spiritual subcultures, online dating, and domestic violence.
#MeToo had its world premiere at the largest solo theatre festival on the West Coast, The Whitefire Theatre’s SOLOFEST produced by award-winning Artistic Director, Bryan Rasmussen and Directed by Jessica Lynn Johnson, founder of Soaring Solo LLC. The show then went on to perform at The Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2018 and Second City Hollywood in 2019.
Star is a former member of the Oakland Slam Poetry Team and has read and performed poetry at The New York Theatre Workshop, Poetic Open Sessions, Nomadic Press at Get Lit, Queensfest (raising money for Yellowhammer Fund to keep abortions accessible and legal), Influx Queer Poetry Collective, Book Soup, Alley Cat Bookstore, and many others. Her chapbook, Your Pussy is Magic, was self-published with KDP publishing in 2018.
Her one-minute play “Untitled Corona Virus Play” was recently selected for the 1-min play festival and was performed and produced by the Kitchen Dog Theatre in Dallas, TX.
Star’s writing has appeared in publications such as BUST Magazine, SageWoman Magazine, Shakti Yogi Journal, and many others.
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