This July, Robin joined the cast of ROMEO & JULIET directed by Natasha Warner, playing the role of Lady Capulet at Shakespeare at The Manor on Shelter Island, NY. Castmates include; Romeo- Scott Thomas, Juliet - Liba Vaynberg, Montague/Nurse- Susan Finch, Capulet - Paul Valley, Friar Lawrence- Tom Coiner, Benvolio - John Kroft, Mercutio- Helen Cespedes, Tybalt - Peter Mark Kendall, Paris- Eric Gilde, Prince- Amy Kersten.
In June, Robin joined the cast of Cannibal Galaxy: A Love Story by Charise Greene, Directed by Jenn Haltman at the New Ohio Theatre in New York City.
"Robin Galloway as Jo...gives her character a detailed physicality. She is marvelously quirky but is able to plunge the depths of Jo’s desperation with authentic sadness." Stage Biz
"Lead by the overly smiley and somewhat plastic supervisor, Jo, is played with complex dexterity by Robin Galloway..." Front Mezz Junkies
"Five lonesome characters struggle for connection as they cope with a mass shooting in this well-produced, well-acted play. Each of the cast members skillfully maneuvers from dramatic to comedic moments and makes the emotional scenes feel authentic and nuanced, provoking sympathy for the characters, despite their flaws. " Theatre is Easy
Robin continues to work on behalf of Cape Fear Regional Theatre to bring theatre outreach & programming to military children on Fort Bragg - presently home to over 50,000 military personnel and their families. Read more in The Fayetteville Observer's "Meet Robin Galloway: Actress Forges Military, Theater Ties" and in Paraglide's "CFRT Reaches Out to Military Families"
In January of 2018, Robin joined 52nd Street Project's "Playmaking Class" as a volunteer. The 52nd Street Project is a community-based arts outreach program for 10-18 years olds in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of New York City.
This fall, Robin joined the workshop production of VOYAGERS by Danielle Mohlman, directed by Maureen Monterubio, featuring Aneesh Sheth, Jo Mei and Sean Carvajal. VOYAGERS, follows two scientists who work at NASA after the space program was shut down and what that means for space exploration. A love story about space.
In August of 2017, Robin joined the workshop production of A THOUSAND SHAPES, a play by Barrie Kreinik, directed by Caitlin Davies and featuring Devon Caraway, Autumn Dornfeld, Caroline Hewitt, and Dee Nelson. Robin played the role of Vita Sackville-West, the prolific novelist, poet, and journalist - and lover of Virginia Woolf for over a decade.
In June, Robin was invited by Chautauqua Theater Company to participate in a workshop production of Anthony Giardina’s DAN CODY'S YACHT, playing the role of Pamela Hosmer alongside Kristen Bush, Tina Chilip, Kevin O'Rourke, Mandy Seigfried, Chris Corporandy, Casey Whyland, John Kroft and directed by Tony Award-winner Doug Hughes.
In spring of 2017, Robin joined the The Light Fantastic Theater Company's touring production of a A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, as Beatrice. The Light Fantastic is a new theater company dedicated to performing imaginative, vibrant productions for audiences who often don’t have access to live theater. (Photos by Jeff Barry)