Co-founder of the Family Time Audio Theatre and The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air. With Colonial, he has written, produced and acted in over 650 radio plays, including Ticonderoga, Captain Blood, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Gettysburg, Logan’s Run Last Day, Logan's Run Aftermath, King Solomon’s Mines, Vincent Price Presents, and Buck Alice and the Actor Robot with Star Trek legend Walter Koenig. His western series, Powder River, is about to begin recording its 12th season. The Colonial Radio Theatre was also heard on Sirius-XM for eight years.
In 2006 he started a collaboration with legendary author Ray Bradbury, producing Dandelion Wine, followed by Something Wicked This Way Comes, and wrote the script for, and produced The Halloween Tree and The Martian Chronicles - all award winning productions receiving high praise from the master himself. CRT has won two Parents Choice Awards, two Mark Time Awards, five Ogle Awards, an Audiofile Magazine Earphone Award (The War of the Worlds) and has been nominated twice for the prestigious Audie Award for Best Audio Drama (The Star Angel, The War of the Worlds). Mr. Robbins lives in Boston, MA.
Soundtrack composer for Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air productions including The Star Angel (2012 Audie nomination for best audio drama), Ray Bradbury’s Dandelion Wine, Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Halloween Tree and The Martian Chronicles, William Luce's Barrymore, Walter Koenig's Buck Alice and the Actor Robot, Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (2005 Gold Ogle award for best fantasy production), and The Wonderful World of Oz (2001 Parent’s Choice award).
Original children’s musicals include How the Mosquitos Left Kambara, Dick Whittington and His Cat, Aesop’s Fables, The Golden Goose (book and lyrics by Debbie Roy) and The Tale of Aradan and Theone (book by Jackie Davis).
Music director for Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, Evita, Nunsense and Hello Dolly! for Mt. Washington Valley Theatre Company. Other favorites include Carousel, Fiddler On the Roof, Ben Franklin In Paris, Brigadoon and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, three for which he received EMACT awards for musical direction. Jeffrey is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, and resides in Westford, MA.