Erin Farmer-Perrine is a writer, producer, and performer. A native of Ontario, Erin studied theatre at Toronto's York University and Humber College. In 2000, she moved to France where she worked as a professional actor/director for an educational theatre company, performing English plays in schools and theatres throughout France, for young audiences. Since returning to Canada in 2016, she has embraced the Montreal English theatre community. Her credits include appearances in Theatre NDG and Westmount Players productions, Marissa Blair's "15 Deaths in 15 Minutes" at Festival de la Bete Noire in 2019, and in "Spurt of Blood" at the 2019 Montreal Fringe Festival. Her one-woman show, "How to Kill Your Baby 101" on post-partum depression debuted at the 2020 Festival de la Bete Noire to critical success. Working in theatre and education for over 20 years, she has vast experience in teaching and creating theatre with all ages and abilities. Erin is currently one of the instructors with The Montreal Children's Theatre "Starlight Players": a specialized drama programme for individuals on the autism spectrum and with social challenges.