In Two Parts Eleanor Robb

About This Show

This is a work-in-progress in two parts. In 2015 I lost a sense of invincibility. In 2016 I made a piece combining memories of that year and abstracted coping mechanisms for a class. It’s 2017; I’ve been working on a beginning–attempting to tease out all of my thoughts on grief, adulthood, and friendship through amplified self-doubt.

about the artist

Six words that could describe Eleanor Robb are Enthusiastic, Caring, Strong, Perceptive, Bright, and Energized (according to her family when polled). She would also include “nostalgic” and “emotive”. She grew up in Washington, DC and is currently living in Ridgewood, Queens. Eleanor is a graduate of Bard College, where she created work involving nuns, sports, sororities, technology, and pop culture. She is the recipient of the 2016 Special Carter Towbin Prize awarded by the Bard College Faculty of the Theater and Performance Department. Eleanor currently is the Community Engagement Associate for Another Limited Rebellion and their project, Creative Sprint.

Saturday, June 3 at 10pm

General Admission

$12 in advance

$15 at the door



Estimated Runtime
30 minutes

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