DESIGNER, MANAGER, EDUCATOR
Rachel Robinson is a theatrical designer, production manager, and technical director from Dayton, Ohio.
She was the first student to graduate from Centerville High School's Technical Theatre Tech Prep career path program, and won the 2009 Critics' Choice Award at the International Thespian Festival for her design of A Doll's House. She went on to study at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama, graduating in 2013 with a B.F.A in Drama, with a focus in scenic design. She has since spent many years working in the Dayton area as a scenic designer, technical director, production manager, lighting designer, props/puppet designer, stage manager, and scenic charge artists. She has since achieved a M.A from the Ohio State University in Workforce Development Education.
She works for a variety of organizations in Dayton currently, primarily as the Career Technical Education director for Theatrical Design & Production at Stivers School for the Arts. She also maintains a busy design schedule for various other organizations, including TheatreLab Dayton, Dayton Live Creative Academy, Town Hall Theatre, and more.