Robert has appeared with ITC as Mush in A Whistle in the Dark, Denis in War, Oscar in Our Father, and Mojo in Mojo Mickybo. Other Chicago-area acting credits include work with Strawdog Theatre, The Hypocrites, City Lit, Circle Theatre, Greasy Joan & Co., New American Theater, Theatre at the Center, Lakeside Shakespeare, and the Illinois Shakespeare Festival; as well as numerous productions with Lifeline Theatre, including Around the World in 80 Days (Non-Equity Jeff Awards: Supporting Actor-Play and Ensemble), The Killer Angels, The Mark of Zorro (After Dark Award: Outstanding Production), and The Count of Monte Cristo. As a playwright, Robert has written more than a dozen theatrical adaptations which have been performed in nearly forty states around the US, as well as in Ireland, England, and Canada, including The Island of Dr. Moreau (Non-Equity Jeff Awards: New Adaptation and Production-Play; published by Playscripts, Inc.), The Picture of Dorian Gray (Published by Playscripts, Inc.), Neverwhere (Non-Equity Jeff Award: New Adaptation), The Three MusketeersThe Moonstone, and The Woman in White. Directing credits include Treasure Island and Hunger at Lifeline Theatre, and Tartuffe (Wilde Award: Best Comedy), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Wilde Award: Best of the Bard), She Stoops To Conquer, and Cymbeline (Wilde Award: Best of the Bard) at the Michigan Shakespeare Festival.