Eric Baldwin, the son of former JayRob theatre fixtures, Dick and Jeanne (Wetterau) Baldwin, has been making a name for himself in local theatre. After national tours in Children’s theatre, ten years in the Los Angeles theatre scene, and four major stints in International productions, Eric has settled into local Sacramento theatre with four caustic leads in the past year.

In addition to his one-man show as Republican hatchet man, Lee Atwater in “Atwater, Fixin’ to Die,” his more recent roles include: corrupt real estate salesman Richard Roma in “Glengarry Glen Ross” (Al Pacino in the film); coked-out, lovelorn restaurateur Pale in “Burn This” (originated by John Malkovich); and in his current production, caustic, controversial Cleveland talk show host Barry Champlain in “Talk Radio” (written by and originated by Eric Bogosian).

Kel Munger has provided a four-star review for Eric’s current production in the latest edition of Sacramento News and Review. Read her review at:

Birth of the echo chamber-Talk Radio