Robert Thomas Noll
A rich American woman plots to get what she wants by any means necessary, including the destruction of her husband, her lover, and even herself, in this modern presentation of the Ibsen classic “Hedda Gabler.”
An African-American adaptation of Chekhov’s “The Three Sisters,” set in a segregated army base in the South during the Second World War that celebrates the three graces of every woman of color: Brilliance, Joy and Flowering.
ROBERT THOMAS NOLL has had 32 produced plays(including seven Off-Off Broadway) with ten plays published. His works have been performed throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. Ten are published. As a TV producer/writer, he has won nine Emmys and a Silver Medal from the International Film and TV Festival of New York. For NBC, he served as producer/writer for their syndicated children’s TV series, “Hickory Hideout.” He teaches playwriting and other courses at John Carroll University’s Tim Russert Department of Communications and Theatre in University Heights, Ohio. At John Carroll, he also serves as adviser to their award-winning newspaper, The Carroll News. He also spent many years in professional theater performing roles such as director, assistant producer, marketing and public relations director and worked in educational theater for The Cleveland Play House, Kenley Players, The Hanna Theater, Musicarnival, and at Cleveland’s PlayhouseSquare plus writing press kits for dozens of Broadway national tours. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild. He has degrees from Kent State University and Ohio University.