Cynthia G. Robinson
Cynthia G. Robinson was raised in the Bronx, New York. She is a Playwright, Educator, Teaching Artist, and Producer. She holds a B.A. in English from Syracuse University and an M.A. in English Education from New York University. She has also studied English Education at Trinity College, University of Oxford in the U.K.
Plays include: Peola’s Passing (Samuel French Off Off Broadway Theatre Festival; New Perspectives Theatre Company); Gold Star Mother (EstroGenius Festival; publication in Book of Estro); Ascension (National Black Theatre Festival; New York International Fringe Festival), Thunder: A Musical Memoir (New York International Fringe Festival), Dancing on Eggshells (Women’s Work Development Lab, New Perspectives Theatre).
Awards include: State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities; Finalist, Black and Latino Playwrights Conference (Texas State University); Calvin B. Grimes Scholar-in-Residence (New York University). Other honors include: Tribeca All-Access Open Stage, Best New Play IRNE nomination (Ascension), Thomas Barbour Memorial Playwright’s Award, Finalist (The Panacea). Cynthia is a member of The League of Professional Theatre Women, The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc., and Co-founder/Artistic Director of Robinson Williams Productions, a production company founded with her husband and mentor, Cezar Williams.
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Latest News About Cynthia G. Robinson
"GOLD STAR MOTHER" HAS BEEN PUBLISHED!
My play "Gold Star Mother," which was produced as part of the 13th Annual Estrogenius Festival in NYC in 2012, has been published in "The Book of Estrogenius 2012: A Celebration of Female Voices." The book is published by PlaySource (a division of Manhattan Theatre Source).
Mar 23, 2014
IN-HOUSE READING OF DANCING ON EGGSHELLS
New Perspectives Theatre Company will host an in-house reading of my newest full-length play DANCING ON EGGSHELLS on Sunday, March 16th. The reading is part of the Women's Work full-length lab.
Mar 11, 2014