Tim Robbins

co-founder and artistic director of The Actors’ Gang

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Writer and director Tim Robbins explores comedy, drama, and modern woes in a new stage play, “Topsy Turvy,” from The Actors’ Gang.

‘Topsy Turvy’: Actors’ Gang aims to bring unity via theater

Writer and director Tim Robbins explores comedy, drama, and modern woes in a new stage play, “Topsy Turvy,” from The Actors’ Gang.

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The Actors’ Gang’s new show, “Methusalem,” is directed by Brent Hinkley. He and fellow co-founder Tim Robbins discuss the show and the group’s legacy.

The Actors’ Gang preserves punk rock roots after 40 years

The Actors’ Gang’s new show, “Methusalem,” is directed by Brent Hinkley. He and fellow co-founder Tim Robbins discuss the show and the group’s legacy.

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Actor Tim Robbins talks about his stage acting roots and how his acting company brings theater to people who are incarcerated.

Tim Robbins is going back to his ‘punk rock theater’ actor roots

Actor Tim Robbins talks about his stage acting roots and how his acting company brings theater to people who are incarcerated.

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