I received my BA in Musical Theater Performance from American University in 2017. I also studied classical acting with the British American Drama Academy Midsummer in Oxford Program in 2016.
I am also a gifted instrumentalist, I have played the violin since I was four years old and also recently picked up the ukulele and mandolin. I find the challenge of adapting to a new musical instrument incredibly fun and rewarding, particularly if it is stringed. I've been seen onstage playing guitar, keytar, electric bass, piano, and various percussive instruments as well!
Particularly funny is Ms. Weiner. Her solo “I Hate Men” is a highlight of the evening. Watching her fully commit to the frustration she feels with Fred and every other male, she nails every sigh, facial expression and holler. She is a very talented comedienne and is made for this type of musical comedy.
Kristen Price, Maryland Theatre Guide
Kiss Me, Kate, 2018
Belle is above all a singing role, and Robin Weiner’s clear, strong vocals are the most sparkling musical ornaments of the production.
Bob Ashby, DC Metro Theater Arts
As Belle, Robin Weiner possesses a self-assurance on stage coupled with a strong singing voice.
Matt Reville, InsideNOVA
Robin Weiner acquits herself well as Belle in singing but also displaying a sensitive change in character in her song “A Change in Me.”
Mark Dreisonstok, MD Theater Guide
Beauty and the Beast, 2019
Weiner’s performance is remarkable on several levels. She opens the show with a violin solo and plays a wonderful violin even while she sings. Her voice is also sweet as the young woman and sad as she switches to play the child in “The Little Match Girl.” I was very moved with “Snow Song” at the beginning of the show and which reprises later in a duet with Naylor as the show closes. Weiner’s and Naylor’s first meeting is bright and full of laughs as they sing, “The Sales Pitch.”
Susan Brall, MD Theater Guide
Striking 12, 2018