Erica Garcia is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles, California who has written both play and musical reviews, spotlights, and cast & creative interviews from the LA theater scene. Garcia’s passion for sharing art also seeps into her creative projects such as songwriting, and her music blog, Love and Lyrics. When she isn’t living vicariously through a book or at a concert, she is a blogger, songwriter, and a very dedicated Marvel movie watcher. You can find samples of her published work below.

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MARCH 2, 2018
REVIEW: Taking Steps Brings Laughter and Life to CSUF

FEBRUARY 22, 2018
INTERVIEW: Meet the Cast of Oklahoma at Musical Theater Village

OCTOBER 16, 2017
REVIEW: CalRep Shines Light on a Woman’s Struggle For Freedom in Powerful Production of Machinal at CSULB

AUGUST 18, 2017
BLOG: Hamilton Creative Team Talk – Look to the Cabinet for Inspiration

JULY 20, 2017
REVIEW: Teens Prove Talent Is Ageless As They Bring Dog Sees God to Hollywood

JULY 20, 2017
INTERVIEW: Meet the Producers of Dog Sees God

MAY 11, 2017
REVIEW: You Can’t Stop the Beat at Golden West College’s Hairspray

MAY 8, 2017
REVIEW: Wild Party Captivates the Crowd at CSUF

APRIL 27, 2017
REVIEW: In The Heights at Pasadena City College Brings Washington Heights to CA

HER FAVORITE WORKS OF THEATER
Tick, Tick, Boom | Hamilton: An American Musical | Amadeus | The Last Five Years | Les Misérables

FOR WRITING INQUIRIES CONTACT
itsericadani@gmail.com

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The fact is that nobody has a clue to what my life was really like. - Stevie Nicks

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