Robyn Shrater Seemann

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Robyn is a multi-hyphenated theatre artist: writer-performer-designer. She is the Artistic Director of Artists Circle (, an all female performing arts company in the Greater Washington, DC area that provides professional performing arts opportunities for women across all genres. Her passion is to use her unique talents to empower women to reach their full potential.

Robyn has written and performed as a featured storyteller at The Deborah Lerner Gross Jewish Cultural Arts Center, Kehillat Pardes Open Mic, Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts, and Olney Theatre Center’s “Share Your Story” project. Other writing credits include seven years as a columnist for “Capital Schmoozing” at the Washington Jewish Week.

Recent plays Robyn has penned include "Uri and Ora Light the Menorah," "Living Waters," and the 10-minute play “The Cookbook,” which ranked among the winners of the DMV Q-Fest 2020.

Robyn's favorite costume projects include design for Secondstage at Studio Theatre (Washington, DC), College Light Opera Company (Falmouth, MA), and interning at Baltimore Center Stage.

Robyn holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Brandeis University.