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Sanford Sandy Robbins

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Head of the Theatrical Department

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University of Delaware
24 East Main Street
Newark , Delaware 19716
United States

Company Description: Located in Newark, Delaware, the University of Delaware was founded in 1743 and is a state-assisted, privately controlled institution, enrolling over 16,000...   more

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The Los Angeles Real Estate Voice | Los Angeles Real Estate Blog, 27 July 2012 [cached]
Sanford Robbins, who is the Head of the Theatrical Department at the University of Delaware, directed this production of “A Winter’s Taleâ€. He is an old hand with Shakespearean productions and brings a more formal directorial approach to the typical ISC Productions.
Independent Shakespeare, 19 Jan 2009 [cached]
Sanford Robbins, Department of Theatre Head, University of Delaware
Article from VASTA journal, 28 June 2005 [cached]
It will be an excellent addition to the field."-Sanford Robbins, director and head, Professional Theater Training Program, University of Delaware
"I think it's fair to say ... [cached]
"I think it's fair to say that in most programs melding both professional artists and students, in most instances, one group or the other is the weak stepsister," says Sanford Robbins, director of the professional theatre training program and chairperson of the department of theatre at the University of Delaware.
"Members of our professional company each teach an undergraduate course, which provides a greater level of quality for the students they work with," Robbins adds.
delawareonline ¦ The News Journal ¦ An enviable venue, 20 Oct 2006 [cached]
For Sanford Robbins, chairman and professor of the theater department and director of the PTTP, the Center for the Arts signifies the "resurrection of a commitment" UD made when he and the program he founded moved in 1988 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
"It was always part of the commitment of the university to erect a more suitable space," he says."By ingenuity and grit, we've managed to perform without three performing spaces."
Much of the theater department - its scenery and costume construction, for instance, and its classes - lives elsewhere.But performances now have a premier venue in the reserved-seating Thompson Proscenium Theatre, supplemented by Hartshorn Theatre, the black-box, general-seating space at Academy Street and East Park Place that had been the program's dominant venue.
"If one takes all of our performance spaces into account," Robbins says, "it's comparable to the very best and superior to most."
He doesn't expect the new facility to profoundly affect the recruitment of acting students - one class every four years is admitted to the graduate conservatory - but he says technical production students likely will show more interest when the recruitment cycle begins next year.
A major reason: Thompson Theatre's counterweight system, which enables the raising and lowering of set pieces and requires a high ceiling.
"You can't modify a building to accommodate that," says Robbins, who calls Hartshorn "sparse and bearable."
"It's permitted us to choose types of plays that otherwise we could not produce," he says, "plays that require flown scenery, such as ‘Peter Pan.' There are plays that have technical requirements that cannot be done in Hartshorn Theatre.This new space opens up a whole realm of dramatic literature that was heretofore unavailable to us."
"Peter Pan," which opens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and is presented in repertory with "Cyrano De Bergerac," makes use of the counterweight system.Along with lighting and sound equipment that Robbins considers state of the art, the Center for the Arts fills a gap for technical production students that had been compensated for by internships outside UD.
One Wednesday morning earlier this month, in a practice room on the second floor, Airee Cha was preparing for her senior recital.
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