Welcome to the
official website of Robyn Berg—
actor of the stage and screen, director, and
Ms. Berg is an actor, director, instructor currently based in Nashville, TN. Recent Music City credits include Lindsey in Potty Talk for Rhubarb Theatre Company and direction of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman at Lipscomb University, where she also is an adjunct professor. She holds the same title at Volunteer State and runs the drama program at Franklin School of Performing Arts. No stranger to the screen, Ms. Berg has booked multiple commericals and industrials since signing with BNA Talent Agency last fall. Ms. Berg recently relocated from New York City, where she completed successful runs of Tongue In Cheek Theater's production of Recent Tragic Events in NYC, and Romeo & Juliet and Amadeus at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. She also taught for Stages on the Sound and IDEAS Drama.
Ms. Berg holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Florida, where she taught multiple courses and played Ranevskaya in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard (thesis role), Mrs. Loveit in The Man of Mode; or Sir Fopling Flutter (Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship nomination), Lampito in Lysistrata (which toured Greece), and the Player Queen in Hamlet. Ms. Berg also has worked extensively at The Hippodrome State Theatre, playing the Mad Hatter in an experimental production of Alice in Wonderland, Mrs. Cratchit in the classic A Christmas Carol and Helen in Night of the Living Dead. In Florida, she was represented by FCT-The Agency and Louise's People Model & Talent Agency, and filmed multiple commercials, infomercials, films and voiceovers.
Ms. Berg began her acting, directing and teaching career in her hometown of Chicago after earning a bachelor’s in Theatre Performance and Communications Radio/Television from Bradley University. While at BU, she received 3 Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship nominations for her portrayals of Hannah Jarvis in Arcadia, Mistress Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Lorraine Sheldon in The Man Who Came to Dinner. Ms. Berg also was an active member of the Theatre Honor Fraternity Alpha Psi Omega and studied in London, England for an interim semester.
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