Ronnie ShantzRobinson

Ronnie ShantzRobinson


Los Angeles, California

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February 2015
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About Ronnie

Born of a German mother and, perhaps, African/East Indian father with my upbringing in the snow drifts of Southern Ontario, Canada, now residing in LaVerne, California, I've been writing screenplays for thirty years, have written perhaps 75 screenplays, many sitcom pilots, plays and lyrics, all of which can be found on my website ELECTRONTEN.COM. I am presently writing music for some song fare as well as working on the proficiency needed for performance possibilities in the future, and for many theme songs I've written for my screenplay materials, some of which I intend producing for my in progress company , as well as commissioning other writers/producers etc, funding dependent.

Unique traits: None anyone would care about.


  • Rules Of Color

    Rules Of Color (1998)
    Theater by Unity Players Ensemble (Comedy) Writer What would happen if while on the run after robbing a town's all American mom and pop store in 1950's Alabama, an African American Man found the only safe haven was in the middle of Klan territory on a 'whites only' bench where the most beautiful girl of the town, a racist blue eyed blond bombshell, became his admirer and object of her affection in front of the town, her Klansman family, her mayor father and racist police force?(Now for sale in Midnight Catalogue 2 at Play reviewed by the L.A. Times and surrounding newspapers..

  • Freak In A Wheelchair

    Freak In A Wheelchair (1998)
    Theater by Sandford Meisner Center For The Arts (Comedy) Writer While attempting to find a suitable maid for his abode, a disabled man commissions a 25 year old more than he can handle beauty who has a different perspective on his disability than he'd imagined, where, with the help of an oh so annoying twelve year old psychological marvel, her controlling sister, his roommie and ex wife, all who attempt to make him a better man---A Rugged Man--he finds there's actually a reason his marriage ended, all of which ends up in a peculiar game of psychological warfare where only the strongest of two control minded love birds survives. (Now for sale as A Rugged Man in Comic Monster at Play reviewed by the L.A. Times..


  • San Gabriel Valley Technical Institute

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