Robin Pullen


308 Twin Peaks Loop Canton, GA 30114
(404) 543-8694 ;

Robin Pullen is a playwright and gifted educator who has served on the Advisory Boards of Atlanta’s Process Theatre and Working Title Playwrights. She participated in New York’s ASCAP Musical Theater Workshop, and DC’s Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive. In addition to her myriad of ten minute and full length plays, she published her Judiasm-inspired short story, Mysterium Tremendum, in Creative Loafing and O’Georgia. Next up is her FLA ZOOM production of the romantic comedy, Island Fever. 


WOMEN OF ROSWELL (full length drama)

In redefining what is home, two women confront the. In order to save her daughter, EMMA disguises herself as a soldier, forcing LIA to find her own way as a factory workerat the Ivy Woolen Mill. Based on the true history of Civil War, Georgia, where 400 factory workers were accused of treason and forced to rail north away from their homes

Women of Roswell earned “Best New Play” at the Georgia Theater Conference,’06 Finalist at New York’s American Globe Theater, Kennedy Center participation following a ACT/KCT nomination, and Finalist for the David Mark Cohen National Playwriting competition

PAINT🙁 (family musical)

This colorful, comedic tale, complete with a singing Fish and dancing Cow, paints the story of young, Jewish, painter Marc Chagall’s quest to be an artist. Through fanciful biographical scenes where he must get permission from his parents and extended family to pursue a non-Jewish trade, his childhood journey to art school artfully, playfully, comes to life.

PAINT premiered at the 13th Annual National Children’s Festival in Coral Gables, Florida. . Paint!, Marc Chagall’s Colorful Musical Adventure, the 2007 National Children’s Theatre Festival winner, was produced at Coral Gables’ Actors’ Playhouse, and is published by Samuel French.  

TEACHERS the MUSICAL (full length musical)

True tales from the Teacher’s Lounge! A retiree wannabe discovers her teaching partner has only taught cats and her new student, Satan, is a toe breaker, in this musical comedy about tested teachers who find out what they have isn’t what they want!

Teachers, the Musical, winner of a Metropolitan Atlanta Theater award, has enjoyed almost a dozen Atlanta area productions.



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