About Stanley Robin, Ph.D.

Dr. Stanley Robin is Professor Emeritus, Author and Actor.

After a 35 year career as a university professor of sociology at Colorado State University and Western Michigan University, where he taught medical and mental health sociology, sociology of science, statistics and other such stuff, he has turned his hand to writing and acting.

His university experiences of writing scientific books and articles, directing research centers, being editor of scholarly journals, helping negotiate faculty contracts and being president of the Faculty Senate have all helped in writing novels,. monologues and acting.

NOVELS: He has written two trilogies - three books about vampires, three about time travel - and a novel about the mysterious death of Joseph Kennedy Jr. during World War Two. He is seeking literary agents and publishers for these and would welcome contacts. Visit his Novels page for details.

THE MONOLOGUES: These were written and performed during 2006-2016 (see Performances link).

ACTING: He has acted in Florida productions of:

Arsenic and Old Lace
Portrait of a Madonna
Sabrina Faire
The Odd Couple
Web of Murder
Harvey
Lend Me a Tenor

Forty Five Seconds from Broadway
The Odd Couple (Female Version)
The Bickersons
Give My Regards to N. Palm Beach (original musical review)
Do You Believe in Magic? (original musical review)
Inherit The Wind

For several years he had been a participant in The Actors Workshop under the direction of Joseph Petrullo. The performance of Generational Medley owes much to his direction.


 

 



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