Erin K. Considine is an emerging Southern Playwright from the Atlanta Area. Her first full-length play, Pete & Wendy, was included in 2016’s Bare Essentials Play Reading Series. This collaboration led to the development of Riding Bicycles in the Rain (2017 Ethel Woolson Lab & 2018 Playwrights Voiced Festival), Flaming Out (2018 First Light Reading Series), and multiple Ten-Minute Plays included in festivals across the country. Her newest play, Twenty-Two, was part of the 2020 Dramaworkshop at Palmbeach Dramaworks, the New Works Festival at the Garry Marshall Theatre, and will be a 2020 Ethel Woolson Lab at the Alliance Theatre. Erin was named a Finalist for the 2019 Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, a Semi-Finalist for the 2020 BAPF and the 2020 PlayPenn Conferences, and she was the Winner of the 2020 Tennessee Williams Festival One Act Play Competition. Fall of 2020 she was a Travis Bogard Artist-in-Residence and the first Carey Perloff Fellow at the Tao House as part of the Eugene O’Neill Foundation. After treading the boards for over twenty years, Erin is overwhelmed and grateful for the opportunity to create stories that other artists bring to life.