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JANICE ROBINSON  Teaching Artist

Janice is a stage, screen, and voice actor based in Los Angeles, California.

She most recently spent the summer in repertory with the Island Shakespeare Festival in Langley, Washington playing the title role in "Romeo & Juliet".  Other projects include appearing in the 9th installation of the "Fast and Furious" franchise; a co-leading role in the short film "José" alongside acting veteran Pepe Serna; voicing Ophelia, the protagonist of the time-looping adventure game "Elsinore" based on Shakespeare's "Hamlet"; and reprising the titular role in the play "Billie: This Ain't No Billie Jean King Story" for the 5th time since the show’s premiere in 2016;. appearing in the AFI Film 'José'. 

Janice holds a BFA from The Ohio State University. She joined The Young Shakespeareans as a Teaching Artist in 2019 to co-direct "Romeo and Juliet" at West Vernon Elementary School in South Los Angeles.

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