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Boston TBA 2023

Adena Walker's one woman show about being a Black Jewish Woman in NYC.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022/2023

A blocked playwright is haunted by the subject of her last failed play: Ernest Hemingway.


The Players Theatre, NYC

"Superb musical numbers, sitcom-ready performances, refreshingly difficult to pin down." -The Scotsman

"Perfectly encapsulates the writing process."

-Nicola Moss

"An amusing look at the creative struggle."

-The Roaming Reader

"SO good. I loved it! My favorite show of the Fringe!"

-Cahill Bros Productions

"Genius!"-Teddy Walker

"Came away incredibly happy after seeing this." -Graeme Rendall

"The perfect Fringe play. " -Mark Aylward, Three Pint Productions

"Genuinely one of the favorite things I've seen this Fringe." -Charlie Flynn

The King of England has died without an heir, and the next in line is an American bartender from Jersey.

"Delightfully delicious... just plain FUN... laugh-out-loud funny." "Her witty lyrics are the hit of the show as they set just the right tone—clever, yet relatable. ...Quinlan creates a heroine we are cheering for."

-Andrea Santo Falcone, Motherhood Later

"Ms. Quinlan is a talented dramatist. This play is very funny. The script is tight, well constructed, and well-played." "[The lyrics] were extremely witty. 

                                          -Jan Ewing, Hi! Drama

"BRILLIANT, WITTILY SCRIPTED, WELL-PERFORMED, TIMELY, AND GREAT FUN. The whole thing, also including the sensitive and wonderfully spirited musical numbers is, in my view, exquisitely performed by all, refreshing, and is a delight to see!"

-Steven Steinberg

Producer, TV Series "DAZZLE UNLIMITED" [tm]


 "I can’t recommend “God Save Queen Pam” highly enough. It’s a triumphantly tuneful new musical with crackling dialogue, fearless physical comedy, and a stunningly dynamic song cycle that hits on all cylinders. “Think of England”, “A [Shamrock], a Thistle and a Rose” and “Once For Yes” have been reverberating in my mind for days."

-Fox News

Previous Shows//

The Three Deaths of Aggrippina, 2016, NYC,
Book/Lyrics by Erin Murray Quinlan, Music by Adam Morris

How to Draw Frankenstein, 2014, NYC

The Erin Murray Variety Hour/A Very Murray Christmas, 2010 and 2011, A.R.T. Oberon Theater, Boston
by Erin Murray, Evan Quinlan, Joe Botsch, Greg Metro, Megan Sutton and Kyle Johannessen

A Room With a View, 2009, Boston

Sense and Sensibility, 2005, Danbury, CT
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