Faculty and Staff
Natalie Robin
Visit Asst Prof Perform Design
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Miller Building
Department: Performing Arts  
Office Hours: Mon: 3:00pm-5:00pm

Wed: 3:00pm-5:00pm

 
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Personal Webpage: http://www.natalierobinlighting.com/  
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Education
MFA: Lighting Design
New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, 2008

BA: Drama and Theater Arts, English, Creative Writing
Columbia University, 2002

Background
Biography
Natalie Robin is a NY-based lighting designer of theater, opera, dance, music and performance art and the Visiting Assistant Professor of Performance Design and Technology at Alfred University. Natalie’s design work often focuses on new American plays, contemporary dance and site-specific work. Recent notable designs include: White at Danspace Project choreographed by Michelle Boulé; The Bad and the Better, directed by Daniel Aukin; Next Fall at Dallas Theater Center; The King of Second Avenue at New Rep Theatre; Trade Practices with David Evans Morris and Kristin Marting on Governor's Island; the New England Premiere of In Darfur for WAM Theatre; and The Seagull on Ames Farm for Opera House Arts, Stonington, ME.  She has been a guest artist at Bard College, Muhlenberg College, Hofstra University, the University of New Haven and Williams College, as well as at the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab. She has been an adjunct faculty member at NYU/Tisch and the University of New Haven. In 2016, she was a Visiting Lecturer in Theater at Williams College. In addition to her design work, Natalie is the Associate Producer and a founding company member of Polybe + Seats and an Associate Artist of Target Margin Theater.  She was also the associate producer of American Realness, a festival of contemporary performance curated by Ben Pryor/tbspMGMT, from 2012-2015.  Natalie also has extensive production management experience on dance and theater projects throughout the US and internationally.  Natalie was the winner of the Apollo Lighting 2011 Standing O Award, a Live Design Magazine 2008 Young Designer to Watch, and a Rolex Mentors and Protégés Arts Initiative 2014 nominee. Natalie is a contributing writer for both Live Design Magazine and Stage Directions. BA: Columbia. MFA: NYU/Tisch. Member USA 829. In 2017, Natalie will be designing Michelle Boulé's new evening length work Monomyth.