Amber Robinson

Amber Robinson

Amber is delighted to have found the fantastic folks of Forks and Hope. 

In addition to F&H, Amber is an associate company member of TUTA, where she was last seen as a Pig in a Wig in The Anyway Cabaret

Amber has worked with a number of Chicago storefront theatres, including Strange Tree, Akvavit, Collaboraction, Redmoon, Emerald City, Commedia Beauregard, and The Living Room Playmakers. Amber also founded Grey Ghost Theatre, where she directed Sarah Ruhl's Melancholy Play, and the world premiere of The Book of Spectres, by co-founder Evan Chung. Amber is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, and has also trained with the SITI Company and the Moscow Art Theatre.