Robin Dawn Kelly
Actor, Teaching Artist, Writer
Based in Seattle, WA
Artist's Stats & Personals
OTHER SPECIAL SKILLS:
Legal Assistant for 13 years; Interest in Public Relations; Cooking Gumbo; Computer saavy.
Robin's writing credits include two play
adaptions both presented at the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration,
at the Seattle Center: My Story by Mrs. Rosa Parks (a.k.a.
the "mother of the civil rights movement"); and Angela Davis'
autobiography entitled Powerful Black Women. Robin has worked
as an actor and teaching artist for Book-It All Over in the
touring production of Mirandy & Brother Wind. She is currently working with Tacoma Actors Guild and ArtWorld In-School Touring Program in the play Grandma Gronka's Miracle Box through Spring of 2004.
ReAct gave Robin one of her first Seattle
theater roles after graduating from the University of Washington
School of Drama with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She was cast in Mule
(Mae West Fest) as detective "Lewis"
and The Maafa Suite in an ensemble role at the Moore Theatre.
Robin played a key role in the development and execution of
the Arts Forum held at SCCC Community College. She recently
instructed a drama course at the Centerstage Conservatory.
Robin gives special thanks to family and
friends for their support. She has toured to over 11 schools
throughout the State of Washington and performed in the following
theatres: Langston Hughes Performance Arts Center, Moore Theatre,
F.U.N.C., Empty Space Theatre, Richard Hugo House, Penthouse
Theatre and the Theatre Off Jackson. Robin enjoys traveling and loves Drama!
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