Eric D. Pasto-Crosby is proud a native of Nashville, he graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder with a B.F.A. in performance studies. Most Recent credits include: JULIUS CAESAR, LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST, and HAMLET for Nashville Shakespeare Festival, THE GLASS MENEAGAIRE for Studio Tenn, ALL MY SONS, A CHRISTMAS STORY, PROOF, GLENGARRY GLENROSS, MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS, THE CRUCIBLE and I HATE HAMLET for Tennessee Repertory Theatre, BELLE ET LA BETE, JASON AND THE GOLDEN FLEECE, CHARLOTTE”S WEB, MISS NELSON IS MISSING, FRANKENSTEIN, and THE SHAKESPEARE STEALER for Nashville Children’s Theatre, MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, and ROMEO AND JULIET for the Tennessee Shakespeare Festival, TREASURE ISLAND for Stage One: The Louisville Children’s Theatre, TRUE WEST, THE MYSTERY OF IRMA VEP, and MOTHER COURAGE for People’s Branch Theatre, and SPIRIT: The Authentic Story Of The Bell Witch Of Tennessee. For the Colorado Shakespeare Festival: HAMLET, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, OTHELLO, and A WINTER'S TALE.
A loyal member of the Society of American Fight Directors, he's been a fight choreographer for Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Tennessee Repertory Theatre, Tennessee Shakespeare Festival, Actor’s Bridge Ensemble, Nashville Opera, Nashville Children’s Theatre, Cookeville Children’s Theatre, New Bear Productions, New Twenty Two Productions, as well as for various films and theatrical productions around Nashville. Proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.