Peter McRobbie (Performer) | Playbill

Roles (21)

Invention of Love Playbill - Opening Night The Invention of Love
Opened March 29, 2001
  • as Mark Pattison (Original)
  • as W.T. Stead (Original)
Invention of Love Playbill - Opening Night
Night Must Fall - Opening Night, Feb 1999 Night Must Fall
Opened March 08, 1999
  • as Inspector Belsize (Original)
Night Must Fall - Opening Night, Feb 1999
Philadelphia, Here I Come! Playbill - Opening Night, Sept 1994 Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Opened September 08, 1994
  • as Senator Doogan (Original)
Saint Joan Playbill - Opening Night, Jan 1993 Saint Joan
Opened January 31, 1993
  • as Court Page (Original)
  • as Thomas de Courcelles (Canon of Paris) (Original)
The Master Builder Playbill - March 1992 The Master Builder
Opened March 19, 1992
  • as Ragnar Brovik (Original)
The Crucible Playbill - Nov 1991 The Crucible
Opened December 10, 1991
  • as Thomas Putnam (Original)
The Crucible Playbill - Nov 1991
The Mystery of Edwin Drood Playbill - Dec 1985 The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Opened December 02, 1985
  • as Citizen of Cloisterham (Original)
  • as Harold / Mr. James Throttle (Original)
  • as Mayor Thomas Sapsea / Mr. William Cartwright, Your Chairman (Original)
  • as The Reverend Mr. Crisparkle / Mr. Cedric Moncrieffe (Original)
The Mystery of Edwin Drood Playbill - Dec 1985
Strange Interlude Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1985 Strange Interlude
Opened February 21, 1985
  • as Sam Evans (Replacement)
Macbeth Playbill - Opening Night, Jan 1982 Macbeth
Opened January 28, 1982
  • as Doctor (Original)
  • as Second Murderer (Original)
  • as Captain (Original)
Mixed Couples Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1980 Mixed Couples
Opened December 28, 1980
  • as Alden (Original)
  • as Don (Original)
  • as Pilot (Original)
Last Licks Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1979 Last Licks
Opened November 20, 1979
  • as Dennis Quinlan (Original)
Whose Life is it Anyway? Playbill - Nov 1979 Whose Life Is It Anyway?
Opened April 17, 1979
  • as Dr. Paul Travers (Original)
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