Robin Stamey

Technical Supervisor
Production Manager
B.A. Arcadia University
(856) 225 6099
Fine Arts Building, Rm. 216



Robin Stamey is a production manager, lighting designer, producer, and educator based in Philadelphia. With a background in stage management, stage crafts, program and event management, Stamey’s work in and out of Philadelphia focuses on supporting artists and stewarding all parts of the creative and production process. A graduate with departmental honors from Arcadia University, she has toured with productions to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the International Festival of Contemporary Dance of Mexico City, the Gerald Ford Museum, the New York Historical Society, and with Acrobuffos for a month-long tour of The Netherlands. In Philadelphia, her major projects included Grounds that Shout! And Others Merely Shaking with Reggie Wilson, Partners for Sacred Places and Philadelphia Contemporary, The Garden of Forking Paths and Being/With with Nichole Canuso Dance Company, and The Philadelphia Thing’s Trade School. Prior to going freelance full-time, she was the Theatre Programs Manager at the National Constitution Center where she managed Living News, a performance geared towards 5th-12th grade students about current constitutional issues. She was also a technical coach of Lower Merion Players at Lower Merion High School and the Programs and Operations Manager of The Philadelphia Design Center. Before joining the Rutgers-Camden VMPA staff, she was the Center Director of The Discovery Center in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. A 2018 Barrymore Nominee for Outstanding Lighting Design and Production Manager for the 2017 Barrymore Award for Outstanding Overall Production of a Musical.