Erica Spyres

Erica  Spyres

Erica Spyres

Erica Spyres is an actress, singer, and violinist who toured as a soloist with the Boston Pops for their Gershwin tour. Her credits include Carousel on Broadway, the first national tour of Once, and the Parisian premiere of Sondheim’s Passion, opposite Natalie Dessay and conducted by Andy Einhorn at Théâtre du Châtelet. Ms. Spyres grew up in the Ozarks and folk music is in her blood. Her family was honored as Most Musical Family in Missouri; she was the youngest person to play Pa’s fiddle featured in the Little House books, fiddled on CBS’s Travels with Harry, played with Les Brown, Jr., and Daniel O’Donnell, and performs in the foot-stomping band The Typsy Spyres. Theater credits include Annie Get Your Gun at Bay Street Theater, Paradise Square at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Peter and the Starcatcher, Into the Woods, Avenue Q (for which she won an IRNE Award), and Time Stands Still at Lyric Stage Company of Boston; Tribes (for which she won an Elliot Norton Award) and The Light in the Piazza (IRNE Award) at SpeakEasy Stage; Camelot (IRNE Award) and Marry Me a Little at New Repertory Theatre; and Pirates! at Huntington Theatre. Make a gi