Episode 11: Get Thee to a Gutter!

We all love dashing heroes and exciting action – whether it’s Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt, or the Avengers hulking out on the big screen. But what do Shakespeare and sequential art have in common? It all starts with Hamlet…

About Dori

Dori A. Robinson is an educator, director, dramaturg and playwright. Dori holds a Masters from New York University Steinhardt’s Educational Theatre program, having focused on applied theatre and devised work with youth. Dori has worked at Chicagoland Jewish High School, the New Victory Theatre, Steppenwolf, the Park Avenue Armory, the Theatre Development Fund, and the New York Student Shakespeare Festival. Directing credits include: The Lion in Winter, Extremities, Picnic, and Flight. Assistant Director: The Chosen (Steppenwolf), Judgment at Nuremberg, Love's Labour's Lost, and The Three Sisters. She is the recipient of the Swortzell Scholarship (for educational theatre), and the Miriam and Harold Steinberg Award (for best original theatrical work). She is a proud member of LMDA, NYSTEA, and AATE. Dori is committed to the exploration of language and text (specifically Shakespeare’s) as a way to encourage both communal dialogue and develop individuals’ artistic and singular voices.
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