Frank Roberts Death – Musical Theatre Legend Frank Roberts of Chicago, Illinois has died. He passed away on Wednesday 5th October 2022. He was a native of Chicago, Illinois but resided in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. He graduated from Holy Cross High School before he went to study at Columbia College Chicago. The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Frank Roberts’ death has not been made public at this time.
Frank Roberts Career
Frank Roberts has been involved in the performing arts in some capacity for more than three decades now, when he first began his career. Over the course of his career as an actor, he has participated in more than 250 shows, and over the course of his career as a director, he has worked on more than 100 different productions. Actor’s Equity is the local chapter of the Professional Actor’s Union, and in 2006, Frank became a member of this organization in Chicago.
In each of the previous three seasons, he has been to the stage with the Wheaton Symphony as the baritone soloist. In addition to that, he has been seen in important roles in a diverse range of productions staged in theaters located all around the Chicago metropolitan area. Working on a number of different theatrical productions with Brenda Didier, such as “Victor/Victoria” and “Mame,” has been a wonderful experience for me.
What you need to know about Frank Roberts
It brings him a great deal of satisfaction to collaborate closely with her at the Lincolnshire Academy of Dance, where he serves as the director of lighting, tech, and props, in order to stage the Annual June Performances. Within the context of our theater community in the suburbs, Frank was a reliable member. Everyone who knew him could attest to his unwavering dedication and his unquenchable enthusiasm for the theater. He was a wonderful person on top of being a friend, a leader, a mentor, a light, a director, a choreographer, an actor, and a light.
He provided everyone in the theater with a great deal of pleasant remembrances that they would cherish for the rest of their lives. Frank was the driving force behind Music On Stage for a significant portion of its history. Over the course of his career, he collaborated with Theatre Nebula in a number of capacities, including as an actor, a director, a sponsor, and a contributor of set pieces and costumes for many plays. His presence, warmth, and joy as a performer and director were indelible and could always be felt by everyone who was in the vicinity of him. He left an indelible mark.
Frank Roberts’ obituary has not been released by the family
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