Robert Tombari is a classically trained actor, director, educator, and acting/vocal coach who was born, raised, and currently resides in Spokane, Washington. He received his MFA, with an emphasis in Shakespeare, from The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in Birmingham, England where he lived for two years. He holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Boise State University. While living in Boise, he worked as a stagehand on numerous productions at The Morrison Center for The Performing Arts. Robert Has performed nationwide in Dusk for Hospice of America. He has toured parts of the Pacific Northwest with Idaho Theatre for Youth, part of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. He has performed locally at Spokane Civic Theatre (Morris, Present Laughter) and at Stage Left Theatre (Jody, Lonely Planet; Mack The Knife, Threepenny Opera). When he isn’t working, you can find him wandering around Manito Park with his dog Bentley, trying new restaurants, binging his favorite tv series, and spending time with his immediate family.