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Meet Robbie Moss Manning a fantastic singer and entertainer

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Robbie Moss Manning, known in the

Entertainment world as “Just Robbie,” has a lifetime of experience in

the Performing Arts. She began acting at the ripe age of 3, and took up ballet, jazz and acrobatics at the age of 4. She performed for years on the stage, and began her singing career in her early teens.

 

Her passion for acting led her to roles in live theater,film and television. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts from Pepperdine University.

 

Robbie has acted as Executive Producer for major stage productions, and held the title of Musical Theater Director for a professional dance company. She was employed by Disney as a Story Analyst, and has worked as a Story Editor on a variety of books and film scripts. She has been a professional songwriter for 6 feature films, numerous stage productions, television and radio.

 

Throughout the years, she has had the extreme privilege of performing for royalty and dignitaries across the globe, at major events and private functions. Her love of the theater continues today, as she sings and performs on a regular basis. She also enjoys her role as a performance coach, mentoring the next generation to catch the “theater bug.”

 

Robbie’s current project is a culmination of her life’s work, and she states that it is the greatest challenge and most exciting endeavor to date. She has currently written a musical in collaboration with her Manager Alyce Berard, and will spend the next year in the studio recording 22 original songs with her son, Music Producer Jonathan Baer. “Fingers crossed, prayers to the heavens, we’ll see you there in the audience, with a smile on your face and a song in your heart”

You can reach Robbie at email  pr4mngmiraklz@aol.com

 

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