"We are totally drawn in to Robin’s world, as she delicately lays her life before us...an incredibly moving journey..." Rachel Creeger of Female Arts, LONDON (From the London Workshop of ARMY B.R.A.T. in the Women & War Festival 2016)

Army B.R.A.T.

Written and Performed by Robin Galloway

Directed by Eliza Baldi

Army B.R.A.T. examines the funny, poignant, and unexpected stories of Robin Galloway and her life on the move as a 4th generation US Army B.R.A.T. It explores the privilege, cost and weight of family legacy, and her life-long desire to achieve a state of “home” - a journey of one woman questioning her destiny.

Army B.R.A.T. has been workshopped at Brown University (RI), Trinity Repertory Company (RI), South Oxford Place (NY), The Women & War Festival in London (UK) and Gloucester Stage Company (MA). As of October of 2018, Robin and Director, Eliza Baldi, continue it’s development with their sights set on a New York City production in 2020.


Robin Galloway (Writer & Performer)

Robin is a New York City based Actress, Writer and Producer. From a multi-generational military family, Robin spent her formative years in over a dozen locations around the world; throughout the domestic U.S., the Hawaiian Islands, Germany, South Korea and Japan. She has worked as an actress with theatres such as: Roundabout Theatre Co., New York Theatre Workshop, Portland Stage Company, Trinity Repertory Company, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre, Gloucester Stage Co., Cape Fear Regional Theatre, The New Ohio Theatre, HERE Arts Center, Dixon Place, ARS NOVA, Vox Theatre, Shakespeare at The Manor, among others. She has worked on films, been in regional and national commercials, and television credits include: “Saving Grace” and “Law and Order”. Robin has also worked behind the scenes in production for both FOX/TNT as well as Sony Pictures Entertainment. She has served as a teaching assistant at the Einhorn School of Performing Arts as well as Scott Freeman Studio in NYC. She is the Principal and Founder of P-38 Lightning Productions, which specializes in mission driven storytelling for non-profit organizations. In spring of 2018, Robin was hired to design and implement theatre programs on behalf of Cape Fear Regional Theatre and the North Carolina Arts Council for military children on Fort Bragg, presently the largest military base in the world. She volunteers with the 52 Street Theatre Project and is a current member of The League of Professional Theatre Women (LPTW), based in NY. Robin studied at the Actors Center Conservatory and earned her MFA in Acting from Brown University.  

Click HERE to see the video Robin produced in partnership with CFRT about the first theater classes for families on Fort Bragg.

Eliza Baldi (Director/Dramaturg)

Eliza Baldi is a Brooklyn based Theater Director and Actor. Past directing work includes New Dramatists, Hudson Guild Theater, Gloucester Stage, People's Light Theater, Fisher Center at Bard College, assistant directing at the Cincinnati Playhouse, and with her company Uncommon Pocketwatch. She has performed as an actor at H.E.R.E Arts Center, P.S. 122/Crossing the Line Festival, INTAR, Center Stage, LAByrinth, NYC Fringe & Fringe Encores, the Wild Project, Immediate Medium, Williamstown Theater Festival, O’Neill Playwrights Conference, Chester Theater, among others. She has collaborated twice with the artist David Levine, first as an actor in the Obie-winning Habit, and recently as a solo performer in his hour-long work Some of the People All of the Time, which was installed for 3 months at the Brooklyn Museum. From 2017-2018, Eliza was a resident artist at the St. Anne's Warehouse puppet lab, where she co-created and performed an original work of experimental puppet theater with Norwegian theater designer Marte Johanne Ekhougen. Eliza has taught and directed at Smith College, Ramapo College, Bard College, N.Y.U. Graduate Acting, and was on the faculty of Fordham University for 7 years. She is a past member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and the SDC Observership program. M.F.A. NYU Graduate Acting. 


The story of one daughter's legacy, Army B.R.A.T. takes you on an intimate journey across continents, battlefields and generations. (Video for Indiegogo campaign for workshop in London’s Women and War Festival in 2016)