Christopher Robinson

Christopher Robinson has worked as an interpreter for the Huntington’s productions of I Was Most Alive With You (2016), Fences (2009), Radio Golf (2006), Gem of the Ocean (2004), King Hedley II (2000), and Jitney (1998), among others. He has worked as a Shadow Interpreter for Wheelock Family Theatre’s A Nice Place to Live and Trumpet of the Swan. Regional theatre interpreting credits include productions at Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Wheelock Family Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Seattle Repertory Theatre, American Repertory Theater, and BCAP at Boston University. His stage and television credits include The Meeting (Palace Theatre, NH); and the featured role of David Walker in the PBS series Slavery and the Making of America. Mr. Robinson works at Boston University’s Office of Disability Services, and he also coordinates ASL Interpretation for the Boston University School of Theatre.

(As of May 2016)

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