Meet Robin Dunn: The F.A.C.E. Coach
I do not even know where to begin when it comes to this phenomenal woman. I have learned in the entertainment world you rarely come across real genuine people who actually care about you, your goals, and well being. Robin Dunn is the true definition of genuine, loving, caring, loyal and the list goes on. Anyone who knows her will agree with me. I am blessed and honored I can not only call her my mentor but I can call her my mom. She has helped mold me to be the person I am today and making sure I stay grounded.
Now, I have been training in dance since the age of 3 with Ballet (Classical), Jazz, Modern (Horton/ Graham), African (West African), and Tap. HipHop was kind of foreign to me but I had the Jazz background so it wasn't that bad. Walking into my first actual all Hip Hop class was not my comfort zone, but all I wanted to do was dance. I met Robin when I was 16 years old I had no clue what I wanted to do with my dancing, I just knew I wanted to dance. The first class I ever took was Advanced Beginner Hip Hop at Steps On Broadway. Walking into her class was one of the best decisions I ever made. It was the day my mentor/mom came into my life. From that day where ever she had a class I was there, she taught (teaches) at Alvin Ailey and Steps on Broadway. When I was at Alvin Ailey in their summer program, I noticed she was one of the instructors for the school and I had to take her class. Glad I did!
At 18, I was in her class and she had broken us up in groups to perform the routine she taught and while I was dancing she walked up to me and said "What do you want to do with your dancing?" I told her I just wanted to dance, I want to perform on stage and be in movies. She said "Ok". Next class, she pushed me harder, made sure I was performing the routine like a Hip Hop dancer and not the prima ballerina.
Not only did I take her classes I also participated in her F. A.C.E Workshop. This workshop taught me performance skills, auditions skills, etc. The workshop taught me performance skills, auditions skills, and more. Anyone in the entertainment field or professional business I suggest you take the workshop. I've provided more information for you below. As soon as I get the chance and she starts the workshop again I will be there.
What Is F.A.C.E.?
F.A.C.E., an acronym for Focus, Attitude, Confidence, Energy and Eye Contact, is a tightly constructed method designed to develop and enhance artists, business professionals and individuals with being more comfortable on stage, camera, the work place and in their everyday lives. Robin’s F.A.C.E. received rave reviews in Moscow, Russia for addressing 2,000 marketing professionals of Meridian International Group for two consecutive years. The workshops are currently being offered in New York City and are available for venues worldwide.
Meet Robin Dunn
F.A.C.E. Coach, Choreographer and Producer, Robin Dunn has established herself as one of the key community leaders within the entertainment industry today. Ms. Dunn is a graduate with a BBA degree in Marketing from Bernard M. Baruch College and has appeared in and choreographed several Off Broadway and Dinner Theater productions. She was Director of Amateur Night at the world famous Apollo Theater. Her client list includes Saturday Night Live, Nickelodeon, Sesame Street, Missy Elliot, Teen Vogue featuring Jive Recording artist 'Chris Brown,' Tony Award winner, Heather Headley, The Braxtons featuring 'Jay Z,' Brian, McKnight, Sean Kingston and Disney's Raven Symone. She also worked for the management team of the iconic rock band U2 and is the creator and Executive Producer of the awards shows Ladies Get Down (A Salute to Women in Hip Hop & more ...) and Fellas Git Dap (A Salute to Men in Hip Hop and more...).
Dunn believes “a teacher’s job is to shape lives, build dreams and give hope for the future.” – author, unknown
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