Stuart K. Robinson

Stuart K. Robinson received an NAACP Award nomination in the Best Director category for Charlayne Woodard’s hit playPretty Fire, which earned L.A. Drama Critic’s Circle, NAACP, and Dramalogue awards as best play. He also developed Woodard’s two sequels, Neat and In Real Life at the Sundance Institute Theater Laboratory. In 2011 he traveled to Washington DC to direct an esteemed cast which included President Barack Obama.

Stuart wrote and directed the Wells Fargo Radio Theater production of Gettin' in the Holiday Spirit, which was broadcast live from the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum. He directed the L.A. Theater Works radio productions of Pretty Fire, Relativity, Master Harold and the Boys, and In the Middle of the Night starring Elliot Gould and Sally Kellerman at the Skirball

Stuart directed Synagogue 2000's Hallelu at the Universal Amphitheater and at Atlanta’s historic Fox Theater. Freedom Song, which he wrote, directed, and composed, has toured the nation championing the cause of rehabilitation, tolerance, and spiritual healing.