WOMEN IN HISTORY - ACTRESS PROFILE - ROBIN PEASE
Robin Pease, Artistic Director of www.kulturekids.org, joined WOMEN IN HISTORY in 2022. She has degrees in theatre: a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Berklee’s Boston Conservatory and a Master of Fine Arts from Case Western Reserve University. Robin has performed and taught drama/theatre, music, dance, literary arts and multiculturalism for people of all ages throughout the country. Pease has been the Director of Theater/Dance and instructor at several schools and institutes of higher learning, including Hiram College, Hawken School, Notre Dame College of Ohio, and Lakeland Community College. She has been the Artist-in-Residence at Hathaway Brown School and Laurel School, as well as for the New Jersey and Nebraska State Arts Councils, and the Idaho Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
Robin has presented for Arts Education Partnership, Kennedy Center, International Children’s Games, Cleveland Public Theatre, Corning Glass Museum, Carney Sandoe Diversity Conference, International Children’s Theatre Festival, Ohio PTA, New Jersey Arts Education Connect Conference, Cleveland Association for the Education of Young Children, India Festival USA, Walsh University, the Once Upon A Time Storytelling Conference, Cleveland Play House, Nonviolence Network and Artists for Peace, Cleveland State University Summer Institute, and the Initiative for Cultural Arts in Education.
She is on the roster of artists for Hartford Performs, the Center for Arts Inspired Learning, Ohio State-Based Collaborative Initiatives, Young Audiences: Massachusetts, Virginia and Connecticut. She is a consultant/teaching artist for Playhouse Square’s Department of Community Engagement and Education and MetroHealth Hospital’s Center for Arts in Health.
Robin has done performances for the Ohio Humanities Conference, Marilyn Bianchi Kids Playwriting Festival and directed for Brown Foundation and Washburn University. She has created a unique theatre program for autistic children with the Creative Education Institute, Co-Sponsored the Improv Olympics for High School students at The Cleveland Play House/Renaissance Theatre and the Aurora Pow Wow which featured Native American artists from all over the country.
Pease has received the Seth Rosenberg Award, the Cleveland Community Healer Award, the Young Audiences’ Sunshine Award, is listed in Who’s Who in America and was named by the National Storytelling Network an “emerging, under-appreciated and regional treasure storyteller.” Her Talkative Turtle And Other Tales has fans all over the world.
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