Meet the Staff
Sandra Robbins is the founding Artistic/Executive Director of The Shadow Box Theatre. For 46 years her dedication and love of children, as well as her tenacious awareness that children are our future has driven her to keep SBT alive, vital and cogent. With the motto that Theatre Arts are a powerful tool to stimulate and motivate creativity, learning and the acceptance of differences as well as aiding complex problem solving in this diverse world of ours. She has written numerous musical puppet plays and sing alongs, 10 read-aloud books with Read-Along/move-along audios, produced CD's and videos, many teacher guides and articles, and received awards both individually and for the theatre. This was done with the help and creativity of hundreds of artists from all modalities. In addition she has taught hundreds of workshops nationally and internationally. She is the proud mother of 3 children and grandmother of 6, as well as the wife of Arthur Robbins, one of the founders of the Creative Arts Therapy movement.
(Booking and Operations/Booking)
Raymond created and operates SBT's new reservations system. He oversees ticketing and reservations for school groups and individuals, and the general administration of SBT's executive office. He was formerly administrator/director of NY Dinner Theatre (1993-2007) and artistic director of Theatre in the Schools, as well as an audio book narrator for Blackstone Audio and Hovel Audio. He is an active actor/director, poet, musician, and filmmaker.
Greg is a singer, songwriter, musician and performing artist - is The Shadow Box Theatre's Music Director and also performs with the company. He has been a core company member since 1989, creating memorable roles in "The African Drum," "The Firefly Star," and many other SBT productions. Greg also tours with SBT's "Storybook Theatre: Stories that Sing!" shows, serving as guitarist/performer.
Carol Prudhomme Davis
Carol joined The Shadow Box Theatre in January 2012. Ms. Davis received a MS in Administration and Supervision of the Visual Arts from Bank Street College/ Parsons School of Design. She brings a background of 30 years in arts education and administration, having created and implemented arts education, sports and health programming for day care through 12th grade. She has served as an arts education director, supervisor and coordinator with such NYC organizations as Cypress Hills Local Development Corp., Hetrick-Martin Institute (working with LGBTQ youth), TASC's ESL/Family Literacy Program. Carol danced professionally with such companies as Kathyrn Posin and went on to found and act as Artistic Director of "us Productions for 10 years. Berko Productions of Japanese PBS TV produced "Ms. Carol" as a celebration of her afterschool work. She was nominated for the Eleanor Roosevelt Award by Governor Mario Cuomo. At this time she is the resident Visual Artist for Peridance and the Sandra Cameron Dance Studio. Her work is the first permanent collection commissioned by American Contemporary Dance Museum.