Princess Grace Award:
Theater Scholarship, 2016
Lucius Robinson is a performer, director, writer, and teacher currently pursuing his M.F.A. from the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theater. Recently at Dell’Arte he has devised and performed in A Town Called Sonder, Fuzzy Goo’s Guide To The Earth, adapted from the story by Dambudzo Marechera, and partnered with CASA of Humboldt County to create Light In The Window, a performance celebrating foster children and their legal advocates. Elsewhere he created the role of Billy Markham in Hell To Pay and appeared in the North Carolina premiers of Churchill’s Love And Information and Yukio Mishima’s The Lady Aoi. He obtained his B.A. in Performance Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill where he received an award for Outstanding Achievement in Live Performance and in 2005 was recognized by the National YoungArts Foundation.
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