About - Rob Neill
Rob Neill is a founding ensemble member of the New York Neo-Futurists. He trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, the National Theater Institute, The Atlantic, The PIT, and Grinnell College. He has performed Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind in both New York and Chicago since 1995. and he has taught Neo-Futurist workshops around the country and performance workshops in New York, Syracuse, Boston and Los Angeles.
Rob's plays have appeared at P.S. 122, HERE Arts Center, the Ontological, BB Kings, The Battle Ranch, NYU Skirball Center, Cherry Lane & The Kraine, as well as in Chicago, Edinburgh, and Los Angeles. In addition to two self published books of poetry, Rob’s plays are included in the most recent Neo-Futurist books. As a performance artist, he has worked with the Ontological Incubator, Vampire Cowboys, The Brick, Living Theater, Bowery Poetry, Partial Comfort, Ars Nova, 24-hour Plays, NACL, and The Orchard Project.
Over the years, Rob has been in numerous commercials and indie films, and his stage credits include: 1st National Tour: Peter and the Starcatcher; Broadway: London Assurance; London: The Cherry Orchard; Regional: You Never Can Tell, Tartuffe, and The Real Thing; Off-Off Broadway: Spring Awakening, Hamlet, Laika Dog In Space, Short Term Directions and Doughboy. Performance Poetry: Various venues around the country and with Chicago Green Mill & Hollywood Slam teams.