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Robyn Kerr Talks ROBIN HOOD, RIP VAN WINKLE with “Token Theatre Friends”

2018 Company Member Robyn Kerr (Marion, ROBIN HOOD; Geertje, RIP VAN WINKLE) sat down with American Theatre’s Token Theatre Friends – Jose Solís and Diep Tran – to talk about her roles in David Farr’s THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD and Seth Bockley’s community-driven RIP VAN WINKLE, what the American theater can learn from audiences in her native Jamaica, and the importance of representation and onstage empowerment for young audiences of color.

Check out Token Theatre Friends’ video and podcast (Robyn’s interview starts around 25:00) below!