Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Education: BFA, Tisch School, New York University, MFA, Northwestern University
Member since 2010
Robin has directed Ferber and Kaufman’s Stage Door and Terrence Rattigan’s Flare Path and the critically acclaimed Midwest premiere of Men Should Weep for Griffin Theatre Company. Her work as earned numerous Jeff Award nominations and her productions have been cited as “Best of the Year” by The Chicago Tribune, TimeOut Chicago, and Chicago Reader. She has worked at a variety of Chicago area theatres including Steep Theatre, A Red Orchid, and The Artistic Home. Robin recently directed Juliet: A Dialogue About Love for sacred playground theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts (BFA) and Northwestern University (MFA). Robin is an Assistant Professor at UNC Charlotte where she will be directing Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis in 2014.
Productions with the Griffin
Men Should Weep