Erin Schwab has been working in the Twin Cities’ Theater and Music scene for 20 years and is thrilled to be a part of AM Charity Fund’s, Dancing With The Twin Cities Celebrities. A native of the Twin Cities and a HUGE Ballroom Dance Superfan, Erin can’t wait to combine her love of dancing and fundraising for this incredible event!
Most recently, Erin was at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts playing King Herod in “Jesus Christ Superstar” and before that, their Broadway Songbook Series shows, Hollywood and Broadway, Singer/Songwriters of the 70’s, Rock & Roll on Broadway, The Songbooks of Sondheim, Comden and Green and The First 100 Years of Broadway. She also played Miss Shields in the Ordway’s production of “A Christmas Story”. Erin has also been in numerous Theater Latte Da shows including “Beautiful Thing” and “The Rink”. She has also worked with The Catalysts (Orange is the New POTUS), The Capri Theater (Judy, You Bette) and The Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus to name a few and has Hosted, EmCeed, and Performed at many fundraising events across Mn. She also teaches and directs for local youth theater companies, Ashland Productions, Steppingstone Theatre For Youth Development and Stages Theatre Company. Next up, Erin is thrilled to be playing the role of Rosie in the Ordway’s Production of Mamma Mia this July!
You can catch Erin Schwab with her long time music partner and piano player, Jay Fuchs doing their popular Cabaret Act regularly at Crooners Lounge and Supper Club. Erin is a sometimes fill-in host on MyTalk 107.1 FM and is an official regular contributor and the daily Audience Rowser at The Jason Show with Jason Matheson, weekdays on Fox 9. Erin lives in West St. Paul, Mn with her husband Michael their 13 year old daughter Sophia and Schnauzer/Yorkshire Terrier – Lightning.
Want to know where and when to see Erin perform? Go to erinschwab.com, follow her on Twitter or Instagram @ErinSchwabMN or be her friend on the Facebook! :).
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