ERICKA RATCLIFF

ERICKA RATCLIFF

Artistic Associate

Since 2016

Ericka Ratcliff has performed at Lookingglass in Black Diamond, Around the World in 80 Days, and Peter Pan (A Play), as well as assistant directed and dramaturged for Thaddeus and Slocum: A Vaudeville Adventure. Other credits include A Red Line Runs Through It and We Are All In This Room Together (Second City); Marie Antoinette (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); You Can’t Take It With You (Northlight Theatre); Court Martial at Fort Devens (Victory Gardens Theater); Sketchbook (Collaboraction); Ruined (Mixed Blood Theatre Company); Raisin in the Sun (Milwaukee Repertory Theater); Seven Guitars (Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company); Funk It Up About Nothin, Taming of the Shrew (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Stickfly, African Company Presents Richard III, Talented Tenth, The Colored Museum, 365 Plays/365 Days, and Bulrusher (Congo Square Theatre); and The Nutcracker, Rose & The Rime (The House Theatre of Chicago).

Ericka is an ensemble member with The House Theatre of Chicago and Congo Square Theatre. She is a graduate of Roosevelt University. Outside of acting, she teaches yoga and currently resides in Los Angles.

Bio as of 2018

ARTIST MEDIA

LOOKINGGLASS PRODUCTIONS

EDUCATION

Roosevelt University

CREDITS AND AWARDS

  • THEATRE CREDITS

    Chicago:

    • A Red Line Runs Through ItWe Are All In This Room Together (The Second City)
    • Marie Antoinette (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)
    • You Can’t Take It With You (Northlight Theatre)
    • Court Martial at Fort Devens (Victory Gardens Theater)
    • Sketchbook (Collaboraction)
    • Funk It Up About Nothin, Taming of the Shrew (Chicago Shakespeare Theater)
    • StickflyAfrican Company Presents Richard IIITalented TenthThe Colored Museum365 Plays/365 DaysBulrusher (Congo Square Theatre)
    • The Nutcracker, Rose & The Rime (The House Theatre of Chicago)

    Regional:

    • Ruined (Mixed Blood Theatre Company)
    • Raisin in the Sun (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre)
    • Seven Guitars (Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company)