Erin Hammond is from Flin Flon and is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg’s Honours Theatre Program. She has been an actor, playwright, producer and Arts Educator for 8 years. Selected writing and performing credits include: Lake Maniwannagohome (in association with the Manitoba Association of Playwrights) and Fringe Festival hits Love, Hate and Lemon Pie and The Interview ("Best of Fest" winner) and Ordinary May’s Extraordinary Ways ("Best of Fest" winner; CBC's Top Ten List).
Erin is a Theatre Instructor at PTE, MTYP and at the Community School of Music and the Arts in Winnipeg. She is also a senior artist with the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Learning Through The Arts program and is also an owner and one of the founding members of PushPlay Productions, a company whose focus is to develop theatre in rural communities. She has also acted as the head script-writer and the K to 5 Program Director at The Meeting Place and is currently a co-leader for their team of actors, playwrights and directors.
Erin is SUPER excited to be part of Green Kids. Let’s change the world together!