About Jana Robbins
Jana Robbins Is a Broadway actor as well as a Tony nominated and Olivier and Drama Desk Award winning Broadway and Off-Broadway producer. She made her Broadway producing debut with Allan Knee’s LITTLE WOMEN starring Sutton Foster and Maureen McGovern, which garnered Sutton Foster a Tony nomination, and received her own Tony nomination for “Best Revival of a Musical” for her part in helping to transfer the Kennedy Center production of RAGTIME to Broadway with producer Kevin McCollum.
Jana received the Drama Desk Award, as well as the Off-Broadway Alliance and Outer Critics Circle Awards for “Outstanding Musical Revival” as the lead producer of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF in Yiddish along with partner Hal Luftig. She received an Olivier Award earlier that year for the Harper/Elliott produced West End production of COMPANY, directed by Marianne Elliott, and is presently a producer on the Broadway COMPANY, as well.
Ms. Robbins has several productions in development including THE ASTONISHING TIMES OF TIMOTHY CRATCHIT, which recently had its World Premiere at The Hope Mill Theater in Manchester, England; THE JAZZ AGE which she directed and produced at The Playground Theater in London; and ROOF OF THE WORLD which received its World Premier at KCRep directed by Eric Rosen. She is a proud recipient of the Jewish National Fund’s prestigious “Tree of Life Award”.