Artist Bio

Barbara Robertson

Barbara Robertson

(Bio as of October 2018)

Barbara Robertson returns to Goodman Theatre, where she previously appeared in Camino Real, The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? (Jeff nomination), House and Garden (After Dark Award), Brutality of FactBlack Snow (Jeff Award), Pal Joey (Jeff Award), A Christmas Carol, Landscape of the BodyThe Front Page and She Always Said, Pablo. Additional Chicago credits include The Detective’s Wife (Jeff Award) at Writers Theatre; Working, Grand Hotel (Jeff Award) and Love, Loss, and What I Wore at the Broadway Playhouse; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Jeff Award), Mary StuartLa Bête (After Dark Award) and The House of Blue Leaves at Court Theatre; A Little Night Music, Hamlet and Kabuki Lady Macbeth at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; Emma’s Child (Sarah Siddons Award) at Victory Gardens Theater; Kabuki Medea (Jeff Award; Helen Hayes Award) at Wisdom Bridge Theatre, the Kennedy Center and The Marriott Theatre. Robertson appeared in the first national tours of Wicked and Angels in America I & II (Jeff Award). Film credits include The CompanyThe Straight StoryLOL and upcoming projects Working Man and Freelancers Anonymous. Robertson has also appeared on the web series The “T” and various television shows.

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With Goodman Theatre

  • Camino Real Camino Real
    1112 Season
    Play by Tennessee Williams
    Directed by Calixto Bieito
  • The Goat or, Who is Sylvia? The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?
    0304 Season
    Play by Edward Albee
    Directed by Robert Falls
  • Hollywood Arms Hollywood Arms
    0102 Season
    Play by Carrie Hamilton and Carol Burnett
    Directed by Harold Prince
  • House House
    0001 Season
    Play by Alan Ayckbourn
    Directed by Robert Falls
  • Garden Garden
    0001 Season
    Play by Alan Ayckbourn
    Directed by Robert Falls
  • A Christmas Carol 2018 A Christmas Carol 2018
    1819 Season
    Play by Charles Dickens
    Directed by Henry Wishcamper