Award winning storyteller Robin Bady has been called, “tender, big-hearted and gutsy”, “compassionate and street smart.” She performs in festivals, theaters, museums, schools, colleges and other venues across the United States and parts of Europe. She is the founder of the multi-ethnic storytelling ensemble, Shirazad’s Children, and a member of the musical group Bash the Trash Environmental Arts. She is a teaching artist with various arts organizations. She collaborates on projects with other artists, including visual artist Judy Hoffman, alt-rock violinist Deni Bonet, and instrument builder and composer Skip LaPlante. Her project “Aesop Sez: Fables for Our Times” was created with cartoonist Richard Codor. She was a founder of Chicago’s Bread and Roses Theater, the Artistic Director of Chicago’s Organic Theater, and director of the Children’s Theater Workshop of the 92nd Street Y
Robin attended Antioch College, graduated from New York University’s Professional Actor Training Program, took classes at NYU’s Educational Theater program, and has studied story with Peninnah Schram, Elizabeth Ellis and Laura Simms.
Her work is nurtured with joy, performed with exuberance and compassion, and shaped by her commitment to social justice.
Her favorite review? “Are you coming back tomorrow too?”
Visit Robin’s website at RobinBady.com
Robin’s Podcast Beyond Chelm