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Erin Rosenfeld

Northeastern graduate Erin Rosenfeld, an ASL performer and activist recently made her Broadway debut in ‘Grey House’ as an understudy.

Rosenfeld graduated from Northeastern in May 2023 with a major in American Sign Language and Psychology as well as a minor in Theatre. During her time at Northeastern she was a member of Interpreting Club (ICNU) as well as the Silver Masque Theatre Company. Additionally, she served as the Vice President and Diversity and Inclusion Co-Chair of Delta Phi Epsilon.

Rosenfeld’s path from an American Sign Language major at Northeastern to Broadway is demonstrative of new inroads to careers in film, theater, and television for deaf and hard of hearing actors that have emerged in the past decade or so. Rosenfeld is currently a New York based actor and advocate and is a winner of the International Danny Awards. Her advocacy work has led to features in Teen Vogue, Forbes, CBS Inside Edition, Buzzfeed and more.




(B.A.), Northeastern University, ASL,Psychology, Theatre


International Danny Awards Winner
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