15. Elise Robinson

Life is all about attaining that wisdom.

Elise is talented director, teacher, and all-around great person I’ve known Elise for nearly 20 years. It was a treat to catch up and talk with her about theater craft and collaboration regarding collaboration we talked about the importance of trust in creative acts we also explored how life and pandemic is an opportunity to further explore empathy and privilege, while at the same time these new constraints can spark new elements of creativity and how those constraints can be productive.

I’d like to thank Elise for joining me for this discussion. I hope you enjoy the episode.

About Elise

Elise Robinson is a PhD candidate in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Georgia, where she is writing her dissertation on the British Women’s Suffrage Movement as performance. Ms. Robinson has taught theatre and performance at the college level for over twenty years, and currently teaches for the Institute of Women’s Studies at UGA. In addition to her scholarly work in theatre, Ms. Robinson has directed over thirty productions and holds a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies.

Daily Dumb Jokes with Elise – https://www.youtube.com/user/eliselauraerika/

Credits

Episode produce by Spark Consulting Group (www.inspiredbyspark.com) in Iowa City, with support from Executive Podcast Solutions (https://www.executivepodcastsolutions.com/)

The Iowa Idea Podcast music written and performed by Paisley Bible (https://paisleybible.bandcamp.com/).

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