Pigeon Spikes Pat D. Robinson
About This Show
In Pigeon Spikes, an absurdist dark comedy, a wealthy Manhattan couple’s comfortable, safe relationship to the art they patronize is forever altered when their favorite conceptual artist decides to make them his newest project.
about the artists
Pat D. Robinson is a writer and performer. One of his works, July House, premiered in NY at the 2015 Fringe Festival, and was subsequently published at Indie Theatre Now. Additionally, Where The Ocean Meets the Sky won the Sam Seldin award and was produced at the Kenan Theatre. Pat has recently appeared in Betsy! at the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre. He has also worked at New Dramatists, Roundabout Theatre Company, Signature Theatre Company, and currently teaches theatre and writing.
Jess Adams is a NY based theatre-maker and artisan who offers an eclectic mix of direction, performance, and design. Recent works include 3/Fifths (3LD), Baghdaddy (St. Luke’s), Beardo (Pipeline), and Uncommon Sense (Tectonic). Jess is a regular associate with Broadway design firm, Propstar, and her work has been seen on stages from downtown to Broadway. She has studied mask and movement internationally with SITI Company, Dell’Arte International, Teatro Punto, Double Edge Theatre, and Grandmaster Chen Xiao Xing. She studied theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill where she was awarded the David A. Hammond Medal of Excellence in Theater for her innovative direction.
RAN XIA is an interdisciplinary dramatist and designer. She co-founded theatre collective The Arctic Group. Recent theatre credits include Harmony, De Profundis, The Enchanted Realm of Rene Magritte (Co-Writer, Exquisite Corpse Company), At Dixon Place: North (Playwright), They Lived in the Attic (Playwright, Dir.), [ai] (Script/Director), Tabula Rasa (Playwright / Director / Production Sound Designer), and Word Play (Playwright). Set design credits in NYC: Animals Out of Papers and July House (Fringe NYC 2015).