​​​Fleur Alys Dobbins

Fleur Alys Dobbins (née Phillips) is a theatre, film and television actress known for playing an array of heroines roles ranging from humbling, empowering love stories to provocative political comedies.

She has co-starred opposite Tony Award-winner Bill Irwin in the Broadway production Scapin, Andre De Shields in Gulliver, Kathleen Chalfant in Whistler’s Mummy, and in the first Broadway tour of Blood Brothers with Petula Clark. Her film credits include Yellow (2005), Mr. Pleasant (2010), and The Woman at the Well (2014). Fleur has appeared on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien, the Indie/Biography Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party, the KTTV television adaptation of The Crucible,  and Lifetime's medical drama Strong Medicine

A proud native of Fort Worth, Texas, Fleur is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University. She continued her training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Her stage debut came earlier in life, with her breakout role as Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird (Scott Theatre). As a child, she studied at Reeder School for Classical Theatre and appeared in numerous stage productions at Casa Mañana and Stage West.

Fleur transitioned from child performer to mature actress in notable regional stage roles including Elle Dunn in Heartbreak House ​(Theatre 40), Thomasina in Arcadia (Goodman Theatre), and an untraditional Polonius in Hamlet (Bancroft Theatre, London). 

Devoted to working with children, Fleur is a certified early childhood music educator with Music Together®. She has directed children’s productions in LA, Texas and New York. Fleur lives in NYC with her husband, Producing Artistic Director, Peter Dobbins.

Fleur recently appeared as feminist leader Phyllis Feinberg in the World Premiere of The Fight by Jonathan Leaf. She was also awarded Outstanding Actress in a short subject play in the production of Between Men at the Midtown International Theatre Festival. Fleur just closed the Blackfriars Repertory and Storm Theatre Production of The Rainmaker by N. Richard Nash in the role of Lizzie Curry at The Sheen Center in New York City.  

Fleur is currently writing and composing a new full length musical called Hushabye. Readings are expected in the Fall of 2018.

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