Rebeca Robles is an actress and producer, born in West Virginia, raised in South Carolina, escaped to New York City, and currently living in Atlanta.
Rebeca began her acting career at the tender age of eight, when she coerced her younger siblings into helping her adapt all of the classic fairytales to video cassette. As an act of rebellion against the typecasting gods, Rebeca starred as the villain in each and every production. These tapes are being held at an undisclosed location by Rebeca’s mother until she “makes it”, at which point they will be sold on Ebay to settle student loans.
Rebeca has her BA in Theatre Performance and English Studies from Asbury University. She is an alumna of the Tony Award-winning Eugene O’Neill Theater’s NTI program and of the Barrow Group’s Professional Acting Conservatory in NYC where she studied under Seth Barrish and Lee Brock.
Rebeca has utilized her training in numerous film, television, and theatrical productions (as well as day-to-day life when absolutely necessary), detailed here.
Most recently, Rebeca has turned her attention to producing with the launch of Atlanta Theatre Club under which she has produced and acted in David Harrower’s “Blackbird” as well as Halley Feiffer’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City”. Both productions received positive critical review.
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“When truth and virtue are so rare in almost every area of our society, the world needs theatre and the theatre needs actors who will bring the truth of the human soul to the stage.”
-A Practical Handbook for the Actor