Actor, writer, designer, musician, podcaster, and producer of immersive stories. Founder of Trap Street, a performing arts collective that blurs the lines between fiction and reality.
Also a co-founder of Living Room Playmakers in Chicago, an NNPN affiliated playwright, and graduate of Northwestern’s MFA in Writing for Screen + Stage.
Children of the Missile
“It was a psychic radiation phenomenon.” An audiovisual collaboration with Purple Urchins.
A hallucinatory short film inspired by the bizarre worlds and methods of William S. Burroughs. An Official Selection of the 2020 Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival.
“I’m a literal trash monster. I know what garbage looks like.” Written by Erin Austin. Produced by Chad Eschman.
In broken-down LA, the women of The Oath are at war with a dangerous patriarchal cult. Jackie trains Angela on her first midnight assassination.
Giant mutant blood-suckers invade North Hollywood, but a scrappy hero punches back to save her community.
Dana and Sophie need to evacuate Los Angeles ASAP. But first, they need to deal with their husband.
© 2021 Chad Eschman