Robin Sokoloff is the Founder & CEO of Town Stages: A new women-led cultural arts space, event venue, and cocktail bar in Tribeca providing mentorship, sponsorship, and fellowship to pioneering artists, industry leaders, and their communities. As a lifelong dance and theatre professional committed to transforming leadership and representation on our stages and screens, Robin advances equity for women, poc, queer, and immigrant voices by building accessible spaces for public assembly, creativity, and conversation.
As part of a growing movement to dismantle discriminatory real estate and labor practices in New York City, Sokoloff has successfully woven Town Stages into the tapestry of New York’s cultural landscape as one of the largest independently founded, operated, and women-led facilities in Manhattan in over 30 years.
Robin Sokoloff is a scholarship recipient and alumna of Jacob’s Pillow School of Dance, NYSSSA, Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center, HDCNY, Skidmore College Studio Art Program, Coupé Theatre Studio, and New York University. Robin holds a BA in Sociology from NYU’s College of Arts and Sciences, she’s a graduate of N.E.W. (Non-Traditional Employment For Women), and a former member of The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America with Local #157. Robin serves as Vice President of the Board for the Musical Theater Factory, and Chairman of the Board for Sokoloff Arts.