This West Virginia native is a Broadway actress, headliner vocalist, cabaret artist and regional theatre performer. Career highlights include 2 Broadway shows, 7 Off-Broadway shows, 1 North American Tour, several demo and cast recordings, numerous regional theatre performances (including 24 shows at Walnut Street Theatre), various appearances with several symphony orchestras, an appearance on The Late, Late Show with James Corden, and opening the Phillies 135th baseball season. She also has written and performed several of her own cabaret shows in venues from Honolulu to Key Largo.
November 21 - December 31, 2023
Walnut Street Theatre
Celebrate your holidays with the most beautiful love story ever told. This ‘tale as old as time,’ based on Disney’s Academy Award-winning film, features the timeless story you love along with all your favorite characters and songs. Rebecca will be reprising her role as Madame de la Grande Bouche (aka the Wardrobe) a role she first played in Walnut's 2005 production.
From timeless classics to contemporary hits, The Oscar Songbook features 21 Oscar winning songs sung by Broadway's Rebecca Robbins. Along with Rebecca’s insightful film commentary and personal stories, you’ll hear Academy Award winning songs from films like Breakfast at Tiffany's, Never On Sunday, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Working Girl, The Lord of The Rings, Skyfall, and many more. This “beguiling songstress” (Bucks County Herald) will transport you through the Oscar winning song archives making this a concert you will not want to miss. Think of it as Turner Classic Movies goes to the Oscars with Broadway's Rebecca Robbins.
Broadway singer and actress Rebecca Robbins shares an intimate evening of songs and stories about her many adventures while touring with The Phantom of the Opera through 32 cities, 18 states and 2 countries. From being in Cleveland when the Cavaliers won their first NBA Championship, to Louisville for the funeral of Muhammad Ali, to performing at The Kennedy Center for Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber himself, her stories are told through an eclectic mix of music that includes songs from Adele, Dolly Parton, Neil Diamond and Eric Idle, as well as tunes from classic Hollywood films and Broadway shows. Come experience this love letter to some of North America’s greatest cities as seen through the mask of the Phantom.
An evening of unforgettable Broadway tunes taken only from shows that Rebecca has actually performed in either on Broadway, Off Broadway or Regionally. You’ll hear songs from The Phantom of The Opera, Ragtime, The Pajama Game, The Sound of Music, Evita, A Little Night Music, Cats, The Music Man, A Tale of Two Cities and many more. Rebecca will also be sharing stories and anecdotes about performing in these shows that span her 20-year career as a professional actress and singer. From her personal letter exchange with Hal Prince to auditioning for Cats, to missing the final dress rehearsal of A Little Night Music, her heartfelt stories will have you laughing and crying - sometimes at the same time.