Theatre Four
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Written by  Dave Droxler

Direction by Chad Austin

Robin and Me

Dave’s got a lot on his mind and the only person who can help him unpack it all is his imaginary friend and real life idol: Robin Williams.

Robin and Me: My Little Spark Of Madness is an autobiographical play that follows Dave Droxler as he becomes multiple characters and whimsically relives hilarious and difficult life moments, including the times when his father dropped the ball and Robin stepped in to get him through. But how long will it take before Dave learns how to do it without Robin's help?

Robin & Me contains mature content- children under 16 years old will not be permitted into the theatre without parental or adult supervision.

Info on Special Events

April 26, 2023 at 7PM Following a serendipitous encounter with Robin Williams in late 1988, Adam Bryant found a near-perfect survival job to supplement his theatre work, as Robin’s stand-in & photo-double. That work began in early 1989 on the film “Cadillac Man,” and continued for 25 years on 36 films and one CBS sitcom “The Crazy Ones,” culminating with the third and final installment of the “Night at the Museum” film franchise, “NATM: Secret of the Tomb,” shortly before Robin’s untimely passing. As an actor, some of Adam’s credits include: Broadway: Big River. Off-Broadway: The Wonder Years, Gifts of the Magi. Regional: Big River, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Lend Me A Tenor, Tintypes, Annie, etc. Film: Mrs. Doubtfire, The Fisher King, Summer Rental, etc. Radio/Recordings: Garrison Keillor’s show, Sandra Boynton’s Rhinoceros Tap (gold album) and platinum album Philadelphia Chickens (Grammy-nominated).

April 30, 2023 at 3PM Robin Williams had Lewy body dementia…an important fact he never knew. Lewy body dementia (LBD) is the second most common form of progressive dementia after Alzheimer’s disease and affects more than 1.4 million Americans. It is widely misdiagnosed, as it can mimic Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or a psychiatric disorder because there are overlapping symptoms. The Lewy Body Dementia Resource Center (LBDRC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in New York, exists to raise crucially needed awareness of this neurodegenerative brain disease, offer loving support and services to people living with LBD and their care partners, and promote scientific advances. To find resources on LBD and more about LBDRC, visit their website at

May 4 & May 10, 2023 ASL interpretation for the May 4th and May 10th performances will be provided by Deaf-Blind Training, Interpreting, and Professional Development. Visit their website at

The interpreted performances are made possible through A.R.T./New York’s Microgrant program.