Erica is originally from the suburbs of Denver, Colorado.
She grew up dancing, singing, swimming, drawing, skiing, playing the flute and avoiding competitive sports ;)
She currently resides in New York.
Co-starring as "Elise Paschen" in THE BLACKLIST: Episode 16.
Here, accepting payment from Raymond Reddington (James Spader).
The Fräulein drops in on Dave's opening monologues on 12/9/2013 and 12/12/2013
"Niki is the ingenue of Curtains... In the role, Erica Sweany was charming throughout, long-limbed and graceful, with a lovely singing voice. In the Arvada Center production, she really got to strut her stuff in a gorgeous Rogers-and-Astaire-style duet with Jim Poulos... that provided such pure, dizzy pleasure, you wanted it never to stop."
"… romantic interest, Niki Harris (played by the sweet and stunning Erica Sweany) just added to the cutesy and endearing love story and the audience loved it! Even for her sweet innocence, she had quite a set of pipes on her”
"Best of all, there's a gorgeous Rogers and Astaire-style duet, 'A Tough Act to Follow,' which is equally gorgeously sung and danced by the lovely and graceful Erica Sweany as Niki..."
"My favorite performance was 'Macavity' providing a bluesy, burlesque interpretation... The duet between Erica Sweany as Demeter and Lauren Sprague as Bombalurina was provocative and entertaining."
"Erica Sweany is sweet and naïve as Niki, the ingénue, just overly innocent enough to be suspicious. Poulos and Sweany capture saccharine sweet giddiness wonderfully."
"Erica Sweany dazzles as Roxie Hart... She moves seamlessly from heartless killer to pitiful victim to disillusioned former celebrity. Sweany possesses a powerful singing voice and effortless dancing ability that is expertly showcased in her solo number, 'Roxie'."
"As Kim, the grown up daughter of Magnolia and Gaylord, Erica Sweany is brilliant performing a strikingly original Charleston in the second act with male dancers at her side."
"...taken with Cranshaw’s understudy, Niki Harris (a charming Erica Sweany)..."
"Erica Sweany is beautiful and sexy, especially in 'Teach Me How To Shimmy'"
-John Lariviere, Talkin Broadway Regional News
"In the Little Theatre on the Square's razzle-dazzle production, Roxie is played to the hilt by Erica Sweany"
-James L. Seay, The Pamplet Press
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