Member since: June 27, 2010
Eric S. Kildow is a freelance director and dramaturg who also performs historic interpretation to help keep a roof over his head.
He has worked with numerous companies in Michigan, Texas, and Georgia. Some of these companies are: The Boarshead Theatre, Michigan's Summer Circle, Young Playwright's Festival, Northeast Texas Theatre, Cardinal Rep, The Little Theatre of Savannah, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah College of Art and Design, and the city of Savannah's Bureau of Cultural Affairs.
As founder of the Coastal Empire New Play Festival, Eric has worked on original productions and world premiers of new works, one of the only festivals dedicated to new short works in the American Southeast. Works produced include: When My Mom Met Harrison Ford in an Elevator, Residue, Republic County, Portland, and Moving to the Sun.
He really believes in the viability of community-based theatre.