Stacey Karen Robinson is a multidisciplinary theater artist.
Her experimental solo works investigate trauma, joy & transcendence in the lives of Black folx. She performed her show, You Never Can Always Sometimes Tell, at JACK (NYC) and Salvage Vanguard Theater (TX). The work was developed with support from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Foundation of Contemporary Arts. She received an Art Matters Grant (2019) and the BRIO Award for Playwriting (2009). Her previous monodrama, Quiet Frenzy, is published in solo / black / woman: scripts, interviews, and essays, Northwestern University Press (2014). As an actor she has appeared on numerous stages, including: BAM, NY Live Arts, Walker Art Center, REDCAT, Soho Rep. and P.S. 122.
She is a proud Bronx native.