Meet Our Staff!
Erin founded Maiden Phoenix in 2013 in the hopes of creating more opportunity for women. She is also a local Boston actress. Her recent credits include: Henriette Leavitt in Silent Sky with Flat Earth Theatre for which she earned a 2017 Elliot Norton Award Nomination for Outstanding Actress (Small/ Fringe) Grace Fryer in Flat Earth Theatre's Radium Girls; Kerplop!, Lover’s Quarrels, and Hairy Tales with imaginary beasts; Blue Window with Brown Box Theater Project; The Forgetting Curve with Bridge Rep of Boston. She holds a BA in Theatre from Baldwin-Wallace University.
Alyce attended Ball State University and received her degree in Acting. In the past few years, she has performed with the Apollinaire Theatre Company, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Unreliable Narrator, and Boston Artists Theatre. She most recently directed Diary of a Jewish Identity Crisis, a one woman show, written and performed by Jenna Grossman, the staged reading of Veils, by Thomas Coash, at Gloucester Stage Company, and Maiden Phoenix's Miss Penitentiary by Laura Neubauer in October 2015.
Before coming on board at Maiden Phoenix, Danna performed administrative roles for the Cambridge Center for Adult Education and the Tufts University Department of Music. Currently, Danna is pursuing her MA in Arts, Festival and Cultural Management at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, where she is focusing on learning about art in non-traditional spaces, and social enterprise in the arts sector.