Playing the Role of Paul Sheldon in Misery

Rob MacLean has been working in theatre professionally since 1987. Selected acting credits include: The Weir, (Centaur Theatre), The Glass Menagerie, (The Globe Theatre), Faith Healer (Neptune Theatre) and several shows with the Mulgrave Road Theatre. Here on the Island, Rob found unnatural long life in Dracula (Georgetown), seemed uncharacteristically witty thanks to Oscar Wilde in The Importance of Being Earnest (Georgetown), and offered sage advice to Henry Higgins in Pygmalion (Watermark, then Montgomery Theatre). He also stretched his acting muscles (and memory) in the one-person show Horse High, Bull Strong, Pig Tight with TheatrePEI and found his sensitive side in Victoria Playhouse’s Sexy Laundry.
A few years back, Rob perpetrated a lot of nonsense with his friends, Rob MacDonald, Ed Rashed and Matt Rainey in the improv group, ForPlay.   More recently, Rob has collaborated with his wife Melissa Mullen in writing adaptations and plays based on Island memoirs and
history. Rob lives in southeastern PEI on the old (1863) family farm where wild blueberries help to support his artistic work.