Erin Osgood

Erin Osgood

Erin Osgood is a playwright and local actress in Michigan. Her plays include Family Pains (2018 Concert Reading at Purple Rose Theatre, 2017 CTAM winner, 2017 Finalist Todd McNerney Playwriting Award, 2016 Finalist Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women), Minor Deviations (2018 Best Play Sandbox Festival, 2019 Estrogenius Festival NYC, 2019 MadLab, 2018 staged reading Roustabout Theatre Troupe’s Route 23...
Erin Osgood is a playwright and local actress in Michigan. Her plays include Family Pains (2018 Concert Reading at Purple Rose Theatre, 2017 CTAM winner, 2017 Finalist Todd McNerney Playwriting Award, 2016 Finalist Henley Rose Playwright Competition for Women), Minor Deviations (2018 Best Play Sandbox Festival, 2019 Estrogenius Festival NYC, 2019 MadLab, 2018 staged reading Roustabout Theatre Troupe’s Route 23 Arts & Music Festival), Brightside, and Passing the Buck (2015 Sandbox Festival). She has a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan and is an active volunteer with the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Michigan.

Plays

  • Family Pains
    An empowering story of embracing your true self. Pippa Matthews returns home to share her life-changing news with her eccentric and intractable family. She fantasizes how she wishes her news will be received but reality is never the same.
  • Minor Deviations
    McNally’s wife was one in a million. After her untimely death, McNally looks for a caregiver for their children but struggles to find the right match. Branson Synthetics promises to deliver, but the price may be more than he anticipated.
  • Beware the Ides of Mars
    When crew member, BATES, appears to be infected by an alien substance, CAM uses her expertise to handle the crisis as ASPEN's elite security force experience is no match for his hysteria.
  • Passing the Buck
    Expecting to receive their inheritance at their late father’s will reading, Brant and Lizzie are blindsided by stunning revelations.
  • Brightside
    A poignant story about perception and jealousy. Meg and Jack are opposites that seem to work. Perceptions are not always accurate. Through their eyes, differences are evident and ultimately culminate in violence.
  • Countdown
    When a male FBI agent comes searching for a bomb, a female security guard proves that courage isn't gender specific.
  • Holding
    Santa, Cupid, and a Leprechaun find themselves in quite the predicament after a night out during Mardi Gras.