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Hello and welcome!

Robyn Michele Frank’s love of performing started back in New Jersey, all because of a tutu. That’s right, a pink tutu that she saw one day on a girl in her preschool class. The tutu Robyn coveted was pink and frilly and . . . well, PINK!  Upon discovering that the girl was wearing that tutu because she took something called “ballet” class, Robyn decided that she, too, would start ballet. So, at the age of 3 ½, she approached her parents and said, “Mommy, I want to do ballet.” And the rest is history.

A few years later, sans the pink tutu, Robyn played the role of Dorothy in a camp production of “The Wizard of Oz,” forever solidifying her decision to be a performer. She hit the professional stage Off-Broadway as Becky/Molly in The American Girls Revue and subsequently enrolled in a magnet high school, The Bergen County Academies, with an acting focus in The Academy for Visual and Performing Arts.

After graduating high school, her next step was to move to NYC. This May, Robyn will be graduating from Pace University in the Pforzheimer Honors College with a BFA Musical Theatre major and an Arts and Entertainment Management minor through the Lubin School of Business. She cannot wait to continue her post-grad life in the city that never sleeps and is staying tuned for the many exciting opportunities yet to come!