Erin Taylor

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Erin Taylor is a Dramaturg, Director, Producer and Educator. Originally from Sydney’s Western suburbs, Erin is a graduate of The University of Wollongong’s Creative Arts School and holds a Master of Education from Sydney University. Focused on the dramaturgy and direction of new Australian plays, her recent work includes Museum of Modern Love by Tom Holloway (Sydney Festival, Dramaturg & Assistant Director), Jali by Oliver Twist (Griffin Theatre, Dramaturg & Director) and Kasama Kita by Jordan Shea (25A Belvoir, Dramaturg & Director). She has read extensively for development programs for Playwriting Australia and playwriting awards, including the Griffin Award, The Patrick White and the Bruntwood Prize. Erin received the Sandra Bates Directors Award in 2019 from Ensemble Theatre, and in 2017 Erin was a mentee of Melbourne Theatre Company’s Women in Theatre Leadership Program.

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