Actor . Educator . Artivist
Erika Vetter is a Seattle-based professional actor, citizen artist, teacher, and Pottermore-certified Gryffindor. She holds a BA in Theatre – Acting from University of Northern Colorado, and is a current MFA PATP Acting candidate and GPSS School of Drama Senator at the University of Washington. She spent six years in NYC acting and working as an actor-adjunct for the Riker's Island and NYPD Crisis Intervention Training programs, working with clinicians to teach nonviolent strategies of deescalation. She also spent five years as the Director of Online Communities with StateraArts, an organization working towards gender equity in the arts.
When she’s not creating, teaching or advocating, you can find her taking unexpected naps, getting inspired by the artistic works of others, or satiating her wanderlust.
Headshots & Resumé
A part of the 2021 PATP thesis solo shows at University of Washington
Written & Performed by Erika Vetter
"Nora Joyce/Helen" in
A devised film piece at University of Washington
Directed by Jeffrey Fracé
Uplift. Amplify. Advance. Working through an intersectional lens to bring women and nonbinary artists into full and equal participation in the arts. Join Erika (Director of Online Communities for Statera) in taking a stand for gender equity in the arts.