Robin is forever proud of having been a founding Resident Actor with The Pearl Theatre Company in NYC where she portrayed nearly 100 roles throughout The Pearl’s 33 year run. Though this stalwart theatrical institution has closed, a core band of its actors with feverish exhilaration have formed anew as The Resident Acting Company or The RAC! Robin is among them. Along with the classics, Ms Brown has enjoyed World and Regional Premiers of new plays at The Cell Theatre (nominated Best Actress for the annual Origin’s 1st Irish Theatre Festival), New Dramatists (with Princess Grace Fellow playwright Emma Stanton), StageWorks/Hudson, GeVa, St. Michael’s Playhouse, JRT, The Women’s Project, The Barter, a National tour of The Doctor Inspite of Himself (in French and English), Dorothy Parker: Red Room Blues (Robin’s one woman show featured in museums along the East Coast), and as a teenager Robin toured Europe singing madrigals. She has directed 4 seasons of new plays for Gallery Players and for their Shakespeare Festival, Richard III. Ms. Brown teaches Shakespeare scene study, audition prep and Voice and Speech for Stage. She is a member of AEA. Thank you Shep Sobel and thank you to my families both off stage and on.
Dominic has taught with the Pearl Theatre Conservatory where he concentrated on teaching Shakespeare; both technique and scene study classes. He was also a Teaching Artist with he Pearl Theatre Company for almost twenty years working with high school students, introducing them to theatre. He has a Masters degree from Columbia University. He is also the Producing-Director of Players’ Shakespeare, part of Gallery Players in Brooklyn. There he has developed a program called “Shakespeare for Sprites” where he teaches the Bard to 1st graders at P.S. 124 in Brooklyn. The children have ten classes on stage at Gallery Players and end up performing a 15 minute version of Macbeth for family and friends. And each summer Players’ Shakespeare performs a full production of a Shakespeare play which Dominic produces.