Erin Breznitsky is a NYC-based playwright, sound designer, and theatre artist. She holds an MFA in Theatre from Sarah Lawrence College, a BA in Writing from Susquehanna University, and an exorbitant amount of student loans.
Her plays include The Kitchen Table Plays (New York International Fringe Festival); Sverginata (Sarah Lawrence College); R+J (SLC Gradworks); and Hands. She is the recipient of the 2012 Stanley & Evelyn Lipkin Prize for Playwriting and a full scholarship to the 2011 La MaMa International Playwrights Retreat in Spoleto, Italy.
As a sound designer, her work has appeared at Theaterlab, Triskelion Arts, Manhattan Repertory Company, the San Francisco Fringe Festival, Midtown International Theatre Festival, Dixon Place, Mabou Mines Resident Artist Program, and Sarah Lawrence College.
She also has worked on various productions as director, assistant director, musical director, accompanist, and collaborator, in addition to stage managing a production of Clive Barker's Crazyface for director Ernest Abuba.
As an arts administrator, Erin has worked for McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, NJ, and George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ. She is currently the Community Arts Coordinator for Sing for Hope.