Robert is the founder of AstonRep and has been involved with every production in some capacity. With AstonRep (As Actor): Time Stands Still, Les Liaisons Dangerueses, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Wit, God of Carnage, Doubt, Closer, Rusty Pipe. With AstonRep(As Writer): Rusty Pipe, Low. (As Director): 1984, The Women of Lockerbie, The Dumbwaiter, In The Moment, The Water’s Edge, The Erpingham Camp, The Lover. Other select Chicago credits include The Heart is A Lonely Hunter(Steppenwolf), Comedy of Errors (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Cymbeline(First Folio), King John(Shakespeare Project of Chicago),Cyrano De Bergerac, Love’s Labour’s Lost(Oak Park Festival Theatre), Shadowlands, Man From Nebraska(Redtwist). Select regional credits include Macbeth(Utah Shakespearean Festival), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Julius Caesar(Colorado Shakespeare Festival), Much Ado About Nothing, King Lear, The Rivals(Montana Shakespeare Company), and Macbeth (The MET Theatre-Los Angeles-Title Role). Robert has also choreographed and taught stage violence extensively, locally and nationally. As a writer, he has had a number of plays produced in Los Angeles, Colorado, and Chicago. His play Low, based on Anton Chekhov’s short story Misery, won top award for best adaptation in the “Art of Adaptation” festival in Chicago. Select film and television credits include: Days of Our Lives, My Name Is Earl, Diehard With A Vengeance, Fall Away, The Cockups.
Listen- NPR 1984 Interview