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DeVaughn Robinson

DeVaughn is a founding member of ATC, and a winner of the honorable Shyne Award. He began his career at 12 when his first original play “Backstage Stories” was performed twice in 2008: during Carnegie Mellon University’s “Playground” series and again by ATC starring Bill Nunn. In 2011, he won 1st place in the Regional August Wilson Monologue Competition in Pittsburgh and placed 3rd in the national’s in New York. That same year DeVaughn starred in Testimony and August in August at the August Wilson Center. In 2012, he starred in ATC’s production of Rent, and helped assistant direct The Gleam in Teenie’s Eye at the Hill House. In 2013, he was one of the winners of the Shakespeare Monologue Competition. Recently, DeVaughn appeared in the short play “Crossing Sacred Lines” by Michael Curry at Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre. Currently, he is working for the Manchester Academic Charter School and aspires to be a developed creative entrepreneur. 

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