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  • Jenn Robbins is an actor (EQUITY, SAG/AFTRA), writer, producer, and teaching artist. Currently, she is making theater with inmates at Folsom Men’s Prison, through Marin Shakespeare’s program, Shakespeare for Social Justice. Past Folsom productions include “The Tempest” and the Shakespeare Sonnet Writing & Performance Workshop. Jenn was coaching the inmates at Folsom until this past March when the program was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. She looks forward to resuming their rehearsals of “Macbeth” as soon as it is safe to do so. She supports the newly formed #wemattertoo campaign, which calls for criminal justice reform and support of incarcerated people, urging the U.S. to “face this growing crisis with courage and compassion to spark change that lasts long after COVID-19 is gone”. Jenn is also currently associate producing a New York-based eco-theater project, On the Hook: A Climate-Conscious Exploration of Anna Christie. This site-specific production of O’Neill’s classic is set to open on a barge docked in Red Hook, Brooklyn in late August/early September.

Social and Emotional Strategies For Resilience — An Interview with Coryn Nadeau, Clinical Art Therapist
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