Robyn Berg, Assistant Professor of Theatre at Radford University in Virginia, is also an actor, director, teaching artist and private coach. Recent on stage credits include Portia in Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s Julius Caesar, starring former NFL running back and Heisman trophy winner Eddie George in the title role and 100 Saints You Should Know with Actors Bridge Ensemble. Latest directing projects include Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat at Radford, Shrek at Lipscomb University (ACTF Excellence in Directing Award) and Proof at Belmont University.
As a professor, Robyn has taught Period Styles Acting, Beginning Acting, Stanislavski, Audition Portfolio, Acting for Non-Majors, Movement for the Stage, Theatre History, Introduction to Theatre, Creative Dramatics and more. As a teaching artist, has worked with all ages at places like the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, IDEAS Drama in New York and Dream Big Performing Arts Center in Chicago. She is available to teach workshops or masterclasses and she also private coaches actors of all ages.
Robyn holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance and Communications Radio/Television from Bradley University. She has performed in Greece, studied in London and acted, directed or taught in Florida, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.