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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024
PBH Free Fringe @ CC Blooms
London 2024 @ Drayton Arms
Oxford 2o24 @ The Oxford Playhouse



Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022/2023
London 2023/2024
Off-Broadway 2024
Adelaide Fringe 2025

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

Photography by Jane Hobson

"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 Players Theatre, NYC

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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