Erika Myers



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September 2013

Episode 3 of "Big City Produce NYC is now available.  Watch below!

August 2013


Cast in the commercial for "Choose Health" (prod. The Kitchen, dir. Zach Phillips).


Cast in "I Got a Guy", a commercial for PC Richard & Son (prod. Spot Savvy).


Cast in "The Path", a PSA campaign for the National Cancer Institute to be Smokefree (prod. Today's Feature, Inc., dir. Scott Whitney).

July 2013

Let Them Wear Towels appears on ESPN, July 16 @ 8pm.  Watch as I portray Claire Smith in the fight for equality in the locker room for female sports reporters.

Watch episode 2 of "Big City Produce, NYC" here!  Time Warner (Health On Demand, ch. 1281), FIOS, and RCN cable customers can find the show available to watch on demand at anytime.

Cast as Specialist Allen in another US Army industrial (prod. Daniel Productions, dir. Chris Daniel).

May 2013

Ep. 1 of "Big City Produce, NYC" is now available online.  Watch it here!  Time Warner Cable customers in the tri-state area can still watch on Health On Demand, channel 1281.


Cast in the video series "How To Communicate" for Bedford-St. Martin's.

Big City Produce, NY is now available on Health On Demand on Time Warner cable channel 1281.  Watch our promo here!


"Delivering a sparkling performance (or three, to be more exact) is Erika Myers, who successfully portrays three generations of women...Ms. Myers' ability to transform into each character is mesmerizing."

- Lindsey Wilson, Talking Broadway


"...the terrific Erika Myers as 'Tashna' adds a fire and immediacy to her role that elevates everything else in the play."

- Phillip Hopkins, Theatermania


"Erika Myers plays several roles...[Myers] gives each role such focus and precision that you forget that they are played by the same woman."

- Kelly McAllister,


"...standing out was Erika Myers, who was hilarious as her three smaller roles. She played up the comical aspects charmingly and pleasantly created different personalities for each."

- Seth Bisen-Hersh, The Off-Off Broadway Review