Robin McGee is excited to make her second appearance at True Colors Theatre and is honoured to have the opportunity to portray a woman who was firm, steadfast, and fearless in her beliefs. Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer! Robin made her way from Tacoma, Washington to Georgia last year and was last seen as “Louise Stanton” in Younger, a staged reading here at True Colors Theatre. Robin’s previous roles have included “Anne Marie” in A Doll’s House, “Mrs. Dorgan” in Laura, “Asaka” in Once On This Island and the world premiere of Shattering as “Dee Dee” all performed in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington. She also appeared as “Addaperle” in The Wiz, “Betsy” in Big River, “Maggie Holmes” in the musical Working, and “Audrey II” (the plant) in Little Shop of Horrors. Aside from participating in theatre, Robin loves collecting vinyl records of the past, and is currently working on a project she can’t wait to bring to the Atlanta theatre audiences. Robin dedicates all her performances to her grandmother Fronie Johnson and to her mother Regina Johnson, who both made God and music the forefront in her life.