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Eric will be in the 89th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!

Eric and the cast of "On Your Feet!" will open the 89th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The cast begins the telecast at 9 am on Thursday, November 26th. For more information visit: http://www.nbc.com/macys-thanksgiving-day-parade Happy Thanksgiving!


“26 Pebbles” One night only benefit at Arena Stage!

WASHINGTON, DC - The March on Washington for Gun Control will present a Benefit reading of a Newtown documentary theater piece "26 Pebbles" by Eric Ulloa on August 24 at 8:00 p.m. at Arena Stage at the Mead Center of American Theater directed by Molly Smith. This is a stirring new play that explores the power of community →


Eric stars in a reading of the new musical, “Mambo Italiano!”

Eric will be starring as "Nino Paventi" in an upcoming reading of the new musical "Mambo Italiano," based on the film of the same name. The reading is scheduled for August 10-14th, 2015.


Eric makes his Broadway Debut in “On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan”!

Eric will make his Broadway Debut in "On Your Feet!" Eric will be in the Ensemble and understudy the lead role of Emilio Estefan. The Pre-Broadway Engagement plays the Oriental Theatre in Chicago, June 2nd through July 5th Previews at Broadway's Marquis Theatre begin on October 5th with an Opening Night of November 5th. For More Info, check out: www.onyourfeetmusical.com


Eric directs and produces “My Fucked Up Valentine” at 54 Below!

After the overwhelming success of 54 Below Sings Elaine Stritch, Director Eric Ulloa and Music Director Nate Patten return to the venue to bring you an evening blending the artistic communities of New York City and serving the LGBT Center. My F@*ked Up Valentine takes you on a journey through the joys and perils of LGBT dating in NYC, as →


Eric and Brett Ryback work on their new musical at the Goodspeed Opera House!

Eric Ulloa and Brett Ryback have been invited to attend the Johnny Mercer Foundation's 2015 Writers Colony at the prestigious Goodspeed Opera House! They will be working on their new musical "Passing Through" while in attendance. Here's how the foundation bills the event:   "The Writers Colony created a confluence of a long-held mission of fostering new works by Goodspeed and the JMF mission →


Eric is a contributing writer for The Huffington Post!

Eric has become a contributing writer for The Huffington Post. Check in on their site to see what Eric has been writing!


26 Pebbles comes to NYC’s Culture Project for Benefit Reading!

                              Producers R. Erin Craig, La Vie Productions, James E. Cleveland, Randy Donaldson and Wolfstone Productions will present a benefit staged reading of the Newtown docudrama 26 Pebbles, a stirring new play by Eric Ulloa to be directed by Igor Goldin. The star-studded one-night only event will be hosted by the Culture Project at The Lynn Redgrave Theater (45 Bleecker Street) →


New Representation!!

Eric is now represented by TWO brand new teams! Literary Representation: Paradigm Talent Agency       Legit Representation: Avalon Artists Group     For Contact Information, please head over to the Contact Page.


Eric Will Direct The Songs of Anderson and Petty at 54 Below!

Eric will direct "The Songs of Anderson and Petty" at 54 Below on Saturday, August 23rd at 11pm. Anderson & Petty, the transatlantic songwriting duo, present selections from their new song cycle, Lost, and also their recent album, You Are Home – The Songs of Anderson & Petty. Their 54 Below debut concert will feature performances from Lisa O’Hare (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder), Christina DeCicco (Evita, →


Eric Will Direct An All Star Tribute Concert For Broadway Legend Elaine Stritch!

Eric will direct 54 Below Sings Stritch! A one night only concert celebration of Elaine Stritch's legendary career on September 12th at 9:30 pm at 54 Below. The cast includes Tony Winner Beth Leavel, Two Time Tony Winner Christine Ebersole, Tony Winner Harriet Harris, Broadway and TV Star Edward Hibbert, Broadway's Hunter Ryan Herdlicka, Shawna Hamic, Jeremy Benton, Sara Jean Ford and →


MOLLY SWEENEY Headlines the Human Race’s Festival of New Musicals!

music and lyrics by Caleb Damschroder book by Eric Ulloa based on the play Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel Friday, August 1 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, August 2 2:00 p.m. Would you give up the beauty you know for the beauty that others can see? Blind since early childhood, Molly Sweeney is happy and independent, living a life of contentment in a world of →


It’s official…Anything Goes is a hit!

As Billy Crocker, Ulloa has a stunning voice and balances some smart comic moments with romantic ballads, including “Easy to Love” and “All Through the Night.” He and (Alessa) Neeck add some lovely romance to their duet, “It’s De-Lovely.” –The Boston Globe It doesn’t hurt that Eric Ulloa gives such magnificent voice to Billy Crocker. Ulloa looks like a young Liev →


Video Preview of “Anything Goes” at NSMT!


Eric sets sail as Billy Crocker in Anything Goes!!!

Eric will be starring as Billy Crocker in Anything Goes at North Shore Music Theatre June 3rd through the 15th! For more info and tickets, please go to www.nsmt.org


26 Pebbles Aims For NYC Premiere!

26 Pebbles will have a producer invited table read Monday, March 3rd 2014 in NYC. This reading will feature Ann Arvia, Sarah Dacey Charles, Dena Kology, Mike McGowan, Mamie Parris, Greg Roderick and Danny Lindgren on guitar. 26 Pebbles is aiming to open in New York City later this year.


Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn

Eric will be appearing in the developmental reading for the upcoming musical premiere of "Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn" The reading, starring Tony Nominee Rob McClure, Tony Winner Laura Benanti and directed by Gordon Greenberg, will be held in NYC on January 27th, 2014.


GAY HAIKU…One Night Only!

Eric will be appearing in a "one night only" performance of Sam Perwin's new play "Gay Haiku," based on the poems of Joel Derfner. "Gay Haiku" explores the banalities and absurdities of gay relationships in NYC. From friendships to first dates to group sex, from running into your ex at Bed Bath & Beyond to getting your first wedding gift, the →


26 Pebbles heads to New York City!

Eric's new play "26 Pebbles" will have a private industry reading at the Playwrights Horizon studios, Friday December 13th, 2013. The reading will be held on the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Tragedy. The reading cast is comprised of Ann Arvia, Ruth Gottschall, Mark Hardy, Dena Kology, Mamie Parris and Greg Roderick. Danny Lindgren will be featured on guitar The →


The Most Happy Fella “will be remembered as a Goodspeed milestone show!”

"The '91 production went on to Broadway, and in a better world, this one would, too. But “The Most Happy Fella” — and this “Most Happy Fella” in particular is musical theater by, for and about grown-ups; there’s little room for that on Broadway these days." -The New York Times "The singing here is excellent. The quartet of Herman, Jake, Clem →


Sneak Peek of The Most Happy Fella!

Enjoy a look at Eric in Goodspeed Opera House's revival of The Most Happy Fella. Playing now through December 1st!  


Eric’s on Broadwayworld!

Eric is very excited to have a new bi-weekly blog on Broadwayworld.com. This blog will be chronicling the rehearsals, performances and backstage/offstage life of  the cast of The Most Happy Fella at The Goodspeed Opera House. Be sure to catch it on Wednesdays and Fridays through December 8th!


26 Pebbles

Eric is developing his new play, derived from real interviews, about the tragedy that shook the community of Newtown, Connecticut. On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary school and killed 26 innocent souls before taking his own life. These 26 innocent deaths, like pebbles thrown into a pond, created ripples and vibrations that were felt far beyond →


The Most Happy Fella

Eric is thrilled to be making his Goodspeed Opera House debut in this revival of  Frank Loesser's (Guys and Dolls, How to Succeed...) beautiful show. The show runs from September 20th to December 1, 2013. For more info, go to: http://www.goodspeed.org/productions/2013/the-most-happy-fella