ERIC STREET has worked his entire life in the Arts. When he was four, he was already sweeping floors and picking up programs after shows at a local theatre. A former working actor, he has worked as a Director/Instructor/Professor in the Theatre and Speech Departments of numerous schools and universities over the past twenty five years. He has written numerous produced scripts for stage and several for television, including Bravo Television’s Scenes of Distinction Während Die Welt Schlief. His screenplay, Silent Guilt, a psychological drama about a deaf girl, was a finalist in Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s initial Project Greenlight Screenwriting Competition. The stage version of a novel he hopes to publish, Portraits in Black and White, won a State Resident Artist award.
Among the many awards in numerous playwriting and screenwriting competitions, and other recognitions include: VHSL and NCFL, Washington Journal Theatre, Alliance of Community Theatres, WATCH directing/writing/acting awards. Recognized by White House Commission on the Arts and National Conference of Secondary Principals for Outstanding Achievement in Fine Arts. He lives in suburban Maryland with his very adult eleven year old son.