Robbi D'Allessandro
She, Her, Hers
Hudson, MA

Robbi received her MFA from Lesley University in Writing for Stage and Screen (2010), and her MS in Personality and Social Psychology from Northeastern University (2002). Robbi's recent works include her one-act The Damage Done, the result of over a year of interviews with parents who dealt with the ravages of their children's heroin addiction; The Roads Playwright Festival, 2022; Boston production, 2019. The Damage Done is being produced as a short film in November 2022 under the direction of Olubajo Sonubi. Robbi's full-length play, Voices of We,  premiered at Boston Playwright's Theatre and was a She NYC/LA finalist under its new title, The Last Time I Saw Me. Robbi won the Kennedy Center Paula Vogel National Playwrights Award for her full-length play Broken Prayer and was nominated for the Christopher Brian Wolk Excellence in Playwriting Award for the same work. Robbi attended the O'Neill Playwrights Conference as a Visiting Fellow and the Kennedy Center Summer Writer's Intensive. Robbi's productions span the United States but predominately center around the Boston Area. Robbi won Best Original Sitcom in the New York Screenplay Competition for her television sitcom Outliers and was contracted for the adaptation of Ron Drez’ award-winning Twenty-Five Yards of War: The Extraordinary Courage of Ordinary Men for television, and represented by Gersh for the adaptation of Dean Morrissey’s Ship of Dreams, The Monster Trap, and The Great Kettles for screen.