Erica Chamblee

Erica Chamblee is a dancer, actress, and visual artist from Washington, D.C., who studied theater and dance at both Duke Ellington School for the Performing Arts and in the BFA program at SUNY Purchase. She has performed at several local theaters including the Kennedy Center, The Shakespeare Theater, Roundhouse Theater Silver Spring and Atlas Performing Arts Center.
Erica has appeared on Showtime and the Sundance Channel as “Kendra” in the film Toe to Toe, was featured in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, and in Netflix’s critically acclaimed series House of Cards as "Cassandra". She recently performed in Lioness: Pride of America at the Intersections Arts Festival at Atlas, and served as assistant-choreographer for the Department of Public Works & DDOT's Truck Touch Ballet. Erica has a production company called Soblu Inc. with her sister. They produced  a feature film shot locally titled Jazz in the Diamond District which received a limited national release. 
Coming up: Erica will show her visual art as several different galleries and venues in D.C. including her first outdoor mural on Georgia Avenue in the Petworth neighborhood. In 2015 she will appear as "Traci" in Cherokee, a play by Lisa D’Amour, at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company directed by John Vreeke.