- Director, Co-producer
Erin Cressida Wilson
- Director of Photography
double A films
Erin Cressida Wilson - Screenwriter
Ms. Wilson is an internationally produced and award winning screenwriter, playwright, and professor at Duke University.
In the last three years, Ms. Wilson has had three critically acclaimed Off Broadway productions: Hurricane, produced at Classic Stage Company with Barry Edelstein directing, The Trail of her Inner Thigh, at Labyrinth Theatre (artistic directors: Phillip Seymour Hoffman and John Ortiz), and The Erotica Project, co-written with Lillian Ann Slugocki, at Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival. The Trail of her Inner Thigh originally opened in San Francisco and was named Best New Play of 1999 by San Francisco critics.
Among her other 15 produced plays is Cross-dressing in the Depression, produced at Soho Rep and directed by Marcus Stern. She is adapting this play into Wilder, a musical with Red Clay Ramblers', Jack Herrick (1999 Tony) and Mike Craver, directed by Lisa Portes. It will open Off Broadway at Playwrights Horizons next season.
Her work has been produced in such venues as The Mark Taper Forum, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Magic Theatre, The Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, and the New Grove in London. She is currently writing new plays for Playwrights Horizons and South Coast Repertory.
Ms. Wilson is also the author of the screenplay Celeste for independent film company Forensic Films. It is a fictional love story between an exhibitionist and a voyeur. She is also the screenwriter of The Burgermeister's Daughter, the retelling of the true story of sixteenth century feminist, Anna Buschler.
Ms. Wilson has won awards from The National Endowment for the Arts, the Rockefeller Foundation, The Drama League, the California and North Carolina Arts Councils, and the Dramalogue. She is published by Smith & Kraus, Cleis Press, and The American Poetry Review. She has spent six summers at The Sundance Institute developing her work.
She writes a sex column for Razor Magazine.