Facilitator, N. America
As an Exec-Comm facilitator, Nancy Robillard teaches business professionals to communicate effectively. Nancy is passionate about teaching, learning and coaching clients to grow and achieve their communication skills goals. She believes that when people become confident communicators, they can present their deepest, most authentic selves. Nancy finds it a privilege to be able to help people grow and become confident in how they present themselves.
Nancy Robillard worked for over 20 years as a professional theatre director on Broadway, Off-Broadway and in regional theater, with a special focus on developing new work. As a dramaturg, teacher and acting coach – at NYU’s Tisch School of Arts and others – she aims to help writers and actors to realize their vision. In New York, Robillard has worked with the Culture Project, Vital Theatre, Directors Company, Red Fern Theatre Company, Algonquin Theatre and Theatre for the New City. She has worked regionally at the Kennedy Center, Walnut Street Theatre, MetroStage, Northern Stage, Luna Stage, Gateway Playhouse and the Theater Masters national new play festival in Aspen. Nancy has taught Theatre and Public Speaking at several universities and is currently on the faculty of the Dramatists Guild Foundation.
Bachelor's Degree, Theatre and Literature
Illinois State University
Master of Fine Arts, Directing
In addition to theatre, Nancy loves, reading, photography, hiking, and antiquing, with a special focus on vintage leather jackets from the 1970’s (which she also enjoys wearing).