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Rob Yoho is a B. Iden Payne Award-nominated theatre artist and teacher based in Austin, TX. He earned a Master of Fine Arts in Directing from Baylor University, and has previously worked with the New York Musical Festival, Missoula Children’s Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Empty Spaces Theatre Company, and Rake Theatre. He is also a proud alum of Rollins College in Winter Park, FL.


Currently, he serves as an improv teacher at The Hideout Theatre and Fallout Theater. His Austin, TX production credits include Subject to Control, For Time & Eternity: the Secret History of Mormonism's Elect Lady and her Sister Wives, Killer Girls, I'll Take the Physical Challenge, The Kindness of Strangers: Improvised Tennessee Williams Plays, Mental Blocks: an Interactive Theatrical Game About Hard and/or Stupid Thoughts, and The Hideout Theatre's first 

48-Hour Improv Marathon.

This past year, Rob became a writer for Esther's Follies, Austin's longest running sketch comedy show, joined the acting/devising ensemble of the Paramount Theatre's Story Wranglers, and began giving brunch and brewery tours with Twisted Texas Tour (yes, we do birthdays and bachelor/ette parties).

In addition to his theatre arts resume, Rob also spent time in the funeral industry. Buy him a coffee and he'll tell you stories for days.

Rob is:

  • Equal parts "shock" and "awwww"

  • An INFJ

  • A believer in astrology and kayfabe

  • A wearable art collector (tattoos)

  • A fuzzy little hobbit

  • A proud member of the family with the coolest last name ever

Rob is not:

  • Someone who'll steal your popcorn at the movies

  • A concert pianist

  • Someone who takes himself too seriously

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