Robyn is an Associate Director at Omnibus, having directed the Off West End Award-nominated UK premiere of Lot and his God by Howard Barker at the Print Room (November 2012) – where she also directed Nicholas Le Prevost in a staged reading of The Twelfth Battle of Isonzo and assisted Lucy Bailey on her acclaimed revival of Tennessee Williams’ Kingdom of Earth. Last year, Robyn also assisted on the Donmar Warehouse’s world premiere of Conor McPherson’s adaptation of Strindberg’s The Dance of Death, as part of the Donmar’s residency at the Trafalgar Studios.
Robyn worked at Chichester Festival Theatre for a year before training as a Resident Director on the Edward Bond season at the Cock Tavern and directing a revival of Howard Barker’s Judith with the rare support and approval of the playwright. Directing credits include: Lot and his God (Print Room); Ink: A Tale of Captivity (Tristan Bates); The Twelfth Battle of Isonzo (Print Room); Judith: A Parting from the Body (Cock Tavern); A Game at Chess (Birkbeck); Statements After An Arrest Under The Immorality Act, Blood Wedding (Warwick Arts Centre).
Associate and assistant directing credits: The Dance of Death (Donmar Trafalgar); The Changeling (Southwark Playhouse); Read Not Dead Season 2011 (Shakespeare’s Globe); Kingdom of Earth (Print Room); It’s Raining in Barcelona, There Will Be More (Cock Tavern); Play Pod (Minerva); Anna Karenina, Closer (Warwick Arts Centre); Caucasian Chalk Circle (Minerva).
Robyn also works regularly with Shakespeare Schools Festival as a workshop facilitator and venue director, and has facilitated workshops for a range of participants through her work with Chichester Festival Theatre.