Utilizing the craft of Acting, Public Speaking, and the Creative Performing Arts Bradshaw Creative Services provides classical conservatory style training and coaching. It is our goal to use the fine and performing arts to uplift motivate & inspire, unity and creativity. While providing the highest quality Creative & Performing Arts training available in New Jersey. An Arts & Education professional located in the heart of Union Center New Jersey
CEO - Master Acting Coach, Arts & Education professional
Born in Brick City aka Newark, New Jersey, Erica is a proud Jersey Girl.
An Arts & Education professional as well as constantly working accomplished actor, writer, director, teacher, activist, mom, and so much more.!
Erica is a classically trained actor and graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Drama Dept.
As an actor she has more than 50, television, and commercial credits to her name. Check her out on IMDB. Erica’s stage credits include, but aren’t limited to; Hartford Stage, Actors Theater of Louisville, City Theater, Milwaukee Rep and Signature Theater NYC (where she originated the role of Adele in Mr. Peter’s Connections, one of Arthur Miller’s final produced plays.
As a writer, Erica wrote and performed her solo show, White America Hero in locations across New York and New Jersey. Bits of My Soul, is her first book of poetry and can be found on Amazon. And Speaking Fearlessly her public speaking ebook.
As a director, Erica worked on productions at the University of Kentucky and Actors Theater of Louisville, also while at ATL, she was not only an active member of the Arts community, but the Associate Director of the Apprentice Intern Company.
Erica has spent over 20 years teaching students from Los Angeles, to New York and many places in between. Currently, Bradshaw Creative Services has a yearlong Creative Writing course for middle school scholars at Newark Charter School.
In 2019, Erica received an ArtStart Grant that will allow her to edit and publish her students creative writing works, ushering them into high school as published authors.