PTC Welcomes New Community Engagement Producer

Lili Robinson, a genderfluid femme person in their mid-twenties, looks directly into the camera. They have light brown skin and short curly brown hair that is shaved on the sides, and they are wearing a red dress. In the background a gravel rooftop and apartment building across the road behind are blurred but visible.

PTC welcomes Lili Robinson as our Community Engagement Producer. Lili returns to PTC after their collaboration with dramaturg Joanna Garfinkel on Mx, the 2019 fringe New Play Prize winner, and their Digital Dramaturgy Initiative project, the Black Theatre Archive with Celeste Insell. Lili will work with our public collaborations for the rest of the season, connecting with communities and building relationships. First up is Unscripted with Mermaid Spring later this March.

Lili Robinson (she/they) is a multidisciplinary artist and facilitator based on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Lili is passionate about centring voices at the intersections of queerness, Black diaspora, socio-economic diversity and femme identity in their work. Since graduating Studio 58 in 2018, Lili has worked and trained with an array of theatre companies including Theatre Replacement, Rumble Theatre, New Harlem Productions, the frank theatre, and the Arts Club. Lili’s debut play, Mx, was the winner of the 2019 Fringe New Play Prize and the 2019 Cultchivating the Fringe Award. Currently, Lili is working on two new plays, Infest and Maroon, and is in her first year as Resident Curator at rEvolver Festival. Lili is thrilled to join the PTC team as the Community Engagement Producer.