Roblin Gray Davis is a theatre maker and teacher of innovational theatre based in Juneau, Alaska, USA.
Roblin Gray Davis is a founding member and co-director of Strange Attractor Theatre Company and part of the community of artists at Perseverance Theatre. He is a an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska Southeast and a recognized Teaching Artist with the Alaska State Council on the Arts and Juneau Arts and Humanities Council. Roblin currently works as a Drama Specialist with the Juneau School District and has worked with the Alaska Department of Education as a Drama Content Coach.
Collaboratively devised shows include Sans Everything, a collaboration between Strange Attractor Theatre Company and Lightning Rod Special supported by the Network of Ensemble Theaters, Strange Attractor's Enlightenment on E Floor North, A Terrific Fire and F.orward O.perating B.ase, and Wild Rumpus' Imbecillus, In Cahoots and Mudhead. Original solo performances include Emergence and Mumble in Numbskull.
Regional theatre performance credits include Curley in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Clown 2 in Patrick Barlow's The 39 Steps, Baranov in Dave Hunsaker's world premiere of Battles of Fire and Water, Luther in David Davalos' Wittenberg, Stephen Belber in Leigh Fondakowski's re-directing of The Laramie Project, and Male Greek Chorus for Alaska Tour of Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive.
Directing credits include Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, Tom Stoppard's On the Razzle, and a table-top puppetry version of Baba Yaga.
Roblin holds an M.F.A. in Actor Created Theatre from Naropa University in association with the London International School of Performing Arts, a Certificate from the Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre, and a B.A. from Western Washington University, Fairhaven College. Other studies include professional development with Phillipe Gaulier, Ronlin Foreman, Thomas Prattki, Sue Morrison, Kevin Kulkhe, Daniel Stein, Corrine Soum and Steven Wasson.
Roblin has received numerous grants for developing original performance including an Individual Artist Project Award from the Rasmuson Foundation and was one of the first Connie Boochever Artist Fellows with the Alaska State Council on the Arts.