I open my schedule once per year to offer these special Story Discovery Sessions to a limited number of applicants. These sessions are at no cost to you.
This is a special time for us to connect, share your challenges with visibility and storytelling, and learn how we can put your story out into the world.
Story Discovery Sessions are a safe container to explore your fears, struggles, hopes, and dreams.
“My experience with Robert Hartwell has been nothing short of amazing. He comes across as this huge personality, but really he’s very soft and very gentle; you can feel his energy. He is very caring and just really in tune; he makes you feel seen.”
“Robert’s got a gift at bringing out the best in people. I feel like a better person after working with him.”
“Robert Hartwell has a gift and you have to experience it to really understand it. Obviously you can see that he’s such a talented person and a bright, amazing human being. But once you get in his presence, once he works with you directly on your story, you start to realize how truly transformational his gift is.”
Expect to receive clarity and helpful suggestions to begin your next chapter and discover how we might work together to achieve your goals.
Robert Hartwell is an award-winning Broadway performer, choreographer, director, producer, and entrepreneur. He is the host and executive producer of Taking Back the House, a television show presented by OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, HGTV, and Scott Brothers Entertainment.
From stage to screen, Robert creates jaw-dropping moments that leave audiences awestruck and inspired. You’ve seen Hartwell in Tony Award-winning Broadway musicals and featured in Pharrell and Jay-Z’s hit music video, “Entrepreneur.”
You might know Robert from his viral social media post. After purchasing a 200-year-old colonial mansion (which was built back when slavery was still legal Federally in the US), Robert inspired millions with his message of reinvention, liberation, and hope. As a Black gay man, he vowed to fill this home with love, honor his ancestors, tell their stories, and say their names.
Robert is the founder of The Broadway Collective, a musical theater education company for teens. The company made the Inc 5000 List for its rapid growth: 440% revenue increase in 3 years. He’s a seasoned educator who understands how to bring out the greatness inside each client – whether they’re a teenager or grown-up. After working with Robert, 97% of his students get into the top musical theatre college programs in the country—with scholarships.
As a director and choreographer his work has been seen at Lincoln Center in NYC, the Kennedy Center in DC, and numerous theaters across the country.
Robert’s work has been featured in countless media outlets including Good Morning America, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, People, and more.
Robert divides his time between New York City, Los Angeles, and his new home in Massachusetts.