Erin Tripp

Erin Tripp

Tlingit

About

A Tlingit woman born and raised in Alaska, I began working as an actor over 10 years ago working on local productions. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with talented artists and tell stories that mean a lot to me and my community. I’ve become passionate about projects that uplift Indigenous stories across all mediums, which has led to my work as a voice artist as well.

I’ve previously worked on such plays as ‘Devilfish’ and ‘Our Voices Will Be Heard’ by Vera Starbard, ‘Whalesong’ by Cathy Tagnak Rexford, and ‘Snag’ by Tara Moses. I’ve narrated Penguin Randomhouse's audiobooks for ‘The Smell of Other People's Houses’ and ‘Everyone Dies Famous in a Small Town’ by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock. A couple of other highlights as a voice artist have been ‘Juneau Voices’ (a walking tour installation), an audio story about Autumn Peltier for Rebel Girls, and ‘Inter-Dependence Day’ by Vera Starbard.

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