Ms. Robison teaches Theatre Arts and Movement and directs and choreographs CFA theatre productions. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Elon University and her MFA in acting from UNC Greensboro.
Ms. Robison performed as a professional company member of the Atlanta Ballet, and, at 15, was the youngest to win a scholarship to the International Choreography Conference. She has performed as a professional actress, singer, dancer in New York, regionally and around the world for over 16 years. She has also been teaching and choreographing for nearly as long.
She played Maria Von Trapp over 500 times, in the states and abroad, and can be seen in the extras of the 40th anniversary edition of the Sound of Music; “Julie Andrews Remembers.” She was nominated for National Broadway Theatre Awards Best Actress.