ERIN COLLETTE FALLIS
Erin earned her BFA in Dance with a minor in Theatre (summa cum laude) in May of 2022, where she was awarded Outstanding Senior in Dance. She was most recently seen as Cinderella in the program’s original production of Cinderella, a contemporary ballet.
She worked professionally this summer in Colorado with Pagosa Center of the Arts as Dance Captain along with performing in all three of the summer season’s repertory (Guys & Dolls, SpongeBob the Musical, and Bright Star). Erin also choreographed for both of the children’s theatre productions for the season. Fun Fact: with 24 hours of notice, she eagerly learned and performed the role of Lucy in Bright Star for three consecutive shows.
Erin also performed professionally as a Featured Dancer for TEXAS! Outdoor Musical for the 2019 and 2021 summer seasons. She debuted her professional acting career the summer of ’21 as Bonnie Bell.
She spent her high school career performing and competing dance. She performed in Red River Dance Theatre Company’s Nutcracker, featured as Dew Drop and Arabian. She competed for several years, earning Top 3 at nationals, many Judges awards, and Title Finalist.
Erin also trained at many intensives throughout the years including Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Florida State, and Joffrey Contemporary in San Francisco (full scholarship).
Her love for performing extended into the theatre world her freshman year of high school, where she joined her performing arts school’s production of Cinderella. Since her first show, she became invested in the musical theatre world, performing leading roles in shows such as Saturday Night Fever, Peter Pan, and Cats.
While attending university, she got involved with theatre as much as she could, investing in her theatre minor. She was the dance captain, JoJo, nun, and Bowery Beauty in Newsies; as well as the female swing for Working the Musical. Erin invested many hours in voice studio privates, striving to round out her bag of tricks.
Pursuing her true triple threat skills and her consistent drive sets Erin apart from other performers. From her 19 years of technical dance training, several years of voice and acting coaching, and swing/ dance captain experience, Erin is thrilled to search for new ways to tell stories, experiment with characters, and develop new joys along this journey. She owes all of her gratitude to Rebecca Morgan, Pia Wyatt, Dr. Grace Edgar, Michael Lomeka, Crystal Lewis, and her family for every push in the right direction.