Robin Carus has been casting for 17 years. She was Head of Casting for TheatreworksUSA for nine years. While there, she auditioned thousands of actors and cast over 200 national tours and countless off-Broadway shows created by emerging playwrights and directors. Since then, she has cast for major theatre festivals including work at the 2009 Marathon Festival at EST, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Conference, Lincoln Center's American Living Room Festival, NAMT, NYMF, Fringe, Midtown International Theatre Festival and the Emmy Award winning Family Life Theatre.
Tour: Clifford the Big Red Dog, Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody, Family Life Theatre, TheatreworksUSA Regional: The State Theatre, (Arizona Theatre Company) International: Sunfish (Dir: Will Pomerantz, Daegu International Theatre Festival, Korea) Off-Broadway: Pete the Girl (The Living Theatre), Aesop’s Fables (Dir: Theodore Mann/Circle in the Square), The Last Castrato, Like You Like It (Dir: Igor Goldin/Gallery Players), The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks, Seussical, Max & Ruby, Henry and Mudge, Cam Jansen, Walk Two Moons; Summer of the Swans, Junie B. Jones, Sarah, Plain and Tall, Romeo and Juliet. Workshops & Readings: Far from the Madding Crowd (Dir. Hunter Foster) Folk City (Dir: David Marquez/Theater for the New City), Art (Dir: Dan Cordle), TV: “Whistler and the Case For Beauty” (PBS), commercials.
In addition to her casting experience, Robin was the Founding Producing Director for BIMA-NY, a groundbreaking Jewish theatre company that cultivated Jewish playwrights and exposed audiences to modern Jewish themes. She is also on the Young Leadership Board of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation. Robin lectures and teaches audition workshops in New York and at colleges around the country.