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Between 1992 And 2001, In St. Louis And Chicago, Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder Darryl Maximilian Robinson Performed In And Directed A Trio of Revivals of the Great Irish Playwright  Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, And In The Process, Winning A 1998 WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award for Outstanding Director of A Play for His 1997 Staging of The Work at The Windy City's Heartland Cafe Studio Theatre With A Multiracial Cast!  Edit

"At the Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre, 208 W. Harrison Street, the multicultural Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago is currently putting on "Waiting for Godot," an existential dramatic and comedic piece by Samuel Beckett. And seeing Godot is worth waiting for. The play features Darryl Maximilian Robinson, founder and artistic director as Vladimir, Tom Carlson as Estragon, John Martin Keenan as Pozzo and Bruno Bafia as Lucky. Both Carlson and Robinson shine in their roles, playing off one another with challenging dialogue of over two hours in length. What is needed to keep the audience engaged are lots of changes in sppech - including sounds, dialects and points of emphasis - and both Carlson and Robinson are successful in their efforts."  -- D. Kevin McNeir, The Austin Weekly News ( Chicago ), Dec. 13, 2001.

"If one has to wait over two-and-a-half hours for someone who never arrives, it's hard to think of more engaing company than Darryl Maximilian Robinson. The versatile actor and director has cast himself as Vladimir in Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago's intriguing production of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"." -- Myrna Petlicki, The Pioneer Press Oak Leaves, Nov. 21, 2001.

"We never learn much about this pair of funny, sad vagrants. DiDi, the more hopeful and confident of the duo, seems to be a dandy fallen on hard times. With impeccable timing, Robinson incorporates everyone from Looney Tunes cartoon characters to Marlon Brando's Vito Corleone into his performance. With eyes dancing gleefully one moment, he shifts fromn shtick to pathos - complete with tears streaking his cheek - in a split second. His bits of inventive comic business punctuate even the dullest of line to "sell" them to the audience." -- Doug Deuchler, The Wednesday Journal of Oak Park, Nov. 21, 2001.

"If one must see that old groundbreaker of Theatre of the Absurd - Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" - you couldn't do better that Shakespeare Excaliber Company's superb production currently mounted in the tiny Heartland Cafe Studio. The cast exceeds expectations in this existential tragic-comedy, which has been called everything from a comic masterpiece to a depressing, tragic play that is terribly difficult to sit through. Designer / Director Darryl Maximilian Robinson is brilliant in the role of Vladimir. His vocal power and range are reminiscent of Paul Robeson, and his chameleonlike variety of facial expressions, sinuous body language, bold stance and total charisma are captivating." -- Beverly Friend, The Chicago Skyline, June 19, 1997.

"For much of its three-hour span, Darryl Maximilian Robinson's revival digs deep into a great play's fusion of gallow's humor and genuine despair." Lawrence Bommer, The Chicago Reader, June 5, 1997.



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EXCALIBER'S BEST DIRECTOR'S NOTE EVER!: Bestowed upon him exactly 21 years ago by experienced Chicago area radio theatre critic and performing arts talk show host NATHANIEL McCLIN, Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder, Artistic Director and Producer DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON displays his 1998 CHICAGO WKKC RADIO CRITIC'S CORNER FINE ARTS AWARD for Outstanding Director Of The Play for his staging of ESC'S 1997 multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City. 2017 photo of Darryl Maximilian Robinson In His Awards Room by J. L. WATT. ( who also served as Production Stage Manager of the 1992 EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS, LTD. multiracial cast revival production of "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Historic Second Presbyterian Church in The Central West End of St. Louis, Mo. ).














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A QUARTET IN WAITING: Actors DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as VLADIMIR, MICHAEL ALT as ESTRAGON, CAREY S. MEANS as POZZO and PATRICK HENSLER as LUCKY in the 1992 EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS LTD. multiracial cast revival of the great SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" directed by Mr. Robinson and presented at THE HISTORIC SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in The Central West End of St. Louis, Mo. 1992 Excaliber Productions, Ltd. in St. Louis "WAITING FOR GODOT" Archival Photo by CARL VALLE.












NOTHING TO BE DONE! Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago and Excaliber Productions, Ltd. in St. Louis Founder, Artistic Director, Producer and Principal Actor Darryl Maximilian Robinson considers Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot one of the finest pieces of drama written for the stage. He also considers it one of the most difficult stage plays to act in or to direct. It is also, however, an economically easy play to promote and produce due to its long and illustrious history as a groundbreaking work in The Theatre of the Absurd and a classic piece of World Literature. It therefore, due to its small cast and managable technical requirements, and not entirely defined characters ( the characters and direction of Godot are truly what the performers and director choose to make them! ), became a piece members of the multiracial chamber theatre in both Chicago and St. Louis would embrace and perform with passion, commitment and skill. Mr. Robinson first mounted and played Vladimir in Godot in the Fall of 1992 at the historic Second Presbyterian Church in The Central West End of St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to Mr. Robinson as Vladimir, this Excaliber Productions, Ltd. revival featured Michael Alt as Estragon, Carey S. Means as Pozzo, Patrick B. Hensler as Lucky and Philip Alexis Watt as The Boy. J. L. Watt  served as Production Stage Manager, Lighting Designer and Sound Technician and Visual Artist Todd Micheal Fichter created the Scenic Road Painting.  In the Spring of 1997, Mr. Robinson returned to the Beckett Piece again! On this occasion Mr. Robinson directed, designed and played the role of Vladimir opposite Mark Poremba as Estragon, Kim Crawford as Pozzo and Chicago Theatre newcommer Shawn Lee Martin as Lucky and The Boy. The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago revival production was co-designed and co-produced by ESC dramaturg and noted Chicago playwright Jeff Helgeson in the intimate confines of The Heartland Cafe Studio Theatre of the Rogers Park neighborhood of The Windy City. The 1997 ESC revival received several fine notices, and early in the folowing year, on Feb. 14, 1998.,  broadcast  live locally with Theatre Critic and Host Nathaniel Mclin on-the-air at 89. 3 FM., Darryl Maxmilian Robinson was named winner of a 1998 WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award for Outstanding Director of A Play for the ESC's 1997 staging of Godot, and Shawn Lee Martin was named winner of a 1998 WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award for Outstanding Debut Performance By An Actor In A Play for his portrayal of Lucky and The Boy.  Mr.  Robinson and Mr. Martin were both present to accept their honors and to discuss their work in the Beckett play on-the-air on that occasion.  In the Late Fall of 2001, with plans to close and shutter The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago looming, Mr. Robinson returned to Godot for a third and final staging of Beckett's work, this time at The Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre of Oak Park, IL.  Mr. Robinson directed, designed, produced and played Vladimir opposite Tom Carlson as Estragon, John Martin Keenan as Pozzo and Bruno Bafia ( who also served as Production Stage Manager ) as Lucky and The Boy. The 2001 Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago revival of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot earned fine reviews and ( with its closing on Dec. 30, 2001 ) was the final public production staging of a play by the multiracial, non-Equity professional chamber theatre. Now, 27 years after he first directed the play in St. Louis, and 18 years after he last directed the piece in The Greater Chicagoland area, Darryl Maximilian Robinson still has fond memories and takes great pride in having staged Beckett's most acclaimed work, and he expresses his deep gratitude and thanks to the trio of talented casts and crews who joined him in the huge challenge and true journey that is Waiting for Godot!  



"...Darryl Maximilian Robinson vividly demonstrates how astute direction, superior acting and a wonderful sense of irony and humor can transform an intellectual masterpiece into an effervescent and lively evening of theatre." -- Mike Spitz, Nightlines Theatre, June 4, 1997. 


Note: The multiracial, non-Equity profesional chamber theatre The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago is pleased, proud and honored to share and present this archival article in acknowlegement of 2019: The Year of Chicago Theatre!




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A MULTIRACIAL, NON-EQUITY PROFESSIONAL CHAMBER THEATRE'S FOUNDER!: Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder, Artistic Director, Producer and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Principal Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON has been involved in over 250 live stage and literary arts presentations around the country during his 45-year-long stage career. 2018 Photo of Mr. Robinson at Los Angeles' historic UNION STATION by DANNY BELROSE.
















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THE EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO'S FINAL SHOW PROGRAM!: Showcard and Program Page Cover of The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Harrison Street Studio Theatre of Oak Park, IL. in 2001.













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A PROPER POZZO: Talented young actor JOHN MARTIN KEENAN earned critical praise for his performance as POZZO in Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S 2001 Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre in Oak Park, Il.

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NOV. 21, 2001 PIONEER PRESS OAK LEAVES Theatre Review of DIRECTOR DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO 2001 Revival Production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S acclaimed comic-tragic dramatic masterpiece "WAITING FOR GODOT" by MYRNA PETLICKI.

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NOV. 21, 2001 WEDNESDAY JOURNAL OF OAK PARK Theatre Review of DIRECTOR DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO 2001 Revival Production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S acclaimed comic-tragic dramatic masterpiece "WAITING FOR GODOT" by DOUG DEUCHLER.

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Script cover for SAMUEL BECKETT'S acclaimed play "WAITING FOR GODOT."

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1997 EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO "WAITING FOR GODOT" Program Cover Designed by KIM CRAWFORD.

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Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON won a 1998 CHICAGO WKKC RADIO CRITIC'S CORNER FINE ARTS AWARD for Outstanding Director Of The Play for his staging of the ESC's 1997 multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT", successfully-mounted at the intimate and wonderful HEARTLAND CAFE STUDIO THEATRE in The Windy City.

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A VERY LUCKY WINDY CITY STAGE DEBUT: A Co-Founder of LA's critically-praised FURIOUS THEATRE CO., skilled and highly-talented Los Angeles stage actor SHAWN LEE garnered his first critical praise and an acting award ( A 1998 CHICAGO WKKC RADIO CRITIC'S CORNER FINE ARTS AWARD for Outstanding Debut Performance By An Actor In A Play ) for his portrayal of LUCKY in Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON's staging of the 1997 EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City.

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June 19, 1997 CHICAGO SKYLINE Theatre Review of The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" by BEVERLY FRIEND.

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A highly-respected theatre performer and stage company manager ( particularly as Managing Director and Company Member of The Windy City ensemble HOLY CITY SHAKESPEARE ), the skilled and talented MARK POREMBA appeared as ESTRAGON in the 1997 EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO multiracial revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City.

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June 5, 1997 CHICAGO READER Theatre Review of DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S revival of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" by LAWRENCE BOMMER.

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NEW KID ONSTAGE IN BECKETT: Gifted young actor SHAWN LEE ( newly arrived from college graduation with a degree in Theatre ) made his Chicago professional stage acting debut in the 1997 EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at THE HEARTLAND CAFE STUDIO THEATRE in The Windy City winning wonderful reviews for his performance as LUCKY and THE BOY. SHAWN LEE would go on to win A 1998 CHICAGO WKKC RADIO CRITIC'S CORNER FINE ARTS AWARD for Outstanding Debut Performance By An Actor for his work in "GODOT."

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Noted stage actor, vocalist and animated television and film voice-over performer CAREY S. MEANS appeared as POZZO in the 1992 EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS, LTD. multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at THE HISTORIC SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in The Central West End in St. Louis, MO.

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Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Associate Producer and Dramaturg JEFF HELGESON provided extensive co-design and technical support for the two-time 1998 Chicago WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award-winning, multiracial cast revival production of Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S staging of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" presented at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City in 1997.

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Talented actor PHILIP WATT appeared as THE BOY in the 1992 EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS, LTD. multiracial cast revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Historic Second Presbyterian Church in The Central West of St. Louis, MO.

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The acclaimed and great Irish playwright SAMUEL BECKETT, author of "WAITING FOR GODOT."

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Talented visual artist J. L. WATT served as Production Stage Manager of Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S first staging of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" with the 1992 multiracial cast revival of the work by EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS, LTD. at The Historic Second Presbyterian Church in The Central West End of St. Louis.

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Logo of the multiracial, non-Equity professional chamber theatre, THE EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO designed by TONY HRUBES.

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A Showcard Logo Design for Playwright SAMUEL BECKETT'S most acclaimed stage work "WAITING FOR GODOT."

Darryl Maximilian Robinson directed and starred as Vladimir in Excaliber's three productions of Waiting For Godot

Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON has faced the great priviledge and challenge of directing and playing the role of VLADIMIR in SAMUEL BECKETT'S comic-dramatic masterpiece "WAITING FOR GODOT" on no less than three occasions in his 43-year-long stage career. In a multiracial revival staging by Excaliber Productions, Ltd. at The Historic Second Prsbyterian Church of St. Louis in 1992; in a two-time Chicago WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award-winning production by The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City in 1997; and a well-received third mounting of Beckett's play by The ESC at The Harrison Street Studio Theatre of Oak Park, Il. in 2001.

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June 4, 1997 CHICAGO NIGHTLIGHTS Theatre Review of The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City by MIKE SPITZ.

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A NICE HOUSE TO PLAY BECKETT IN: It was in the notable and HISTORIC SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in The Central West End of St. Louis, Mo. where Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S 1992 EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS, LTD. multiracial cast revival of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" was presented.

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The talented actor BRUNO BAFIA played the roles of LUCKY and THE BOY in Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON'S 2001 Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago production of SAMUEL BECKETT"S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Harrison Street Studio Theatre in Oak Park, Il.

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Nov. 21, 2001 PIONEER PRESS OAK LEAVES News-photo of Director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as VLADIMIR and BRUNO BAFIO as LUCKY in THE EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Harrison Street Studio Theatre of Oak Park, IL. by TOM CARLSON.

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Dec. 13, 2001 AUSTIN WEEKLY NEWS Theatre Review of THE EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" by D. KEVIN MCNEIR.

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Program Cast / Crew List Page of the 2001 EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Harrison Street Studio Theatre of Oak Park, IL. courtesy of The ESC.

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Talented actor TOM CARLSON appeared as ESTRAGON in the 2001 Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre of Oak Park, Il.

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During the years of 1997 and 1999, the multiracial, non-Equity professional chamber theatre, THE EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY OF CHICAGO mounted multiple critically-praised, award-nominated and award-winning, intimate, live theatre productions at THE HEARTLAND CAFE STUDIO THEATRE in The Windy City.

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Joined by Excaliber Shakespeare of Chicago Associate Producer and Dramaturg JEFF HELGESON ( left ) and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder, Artistic Director and Producer DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON ( right ), newly-arrived Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Acting Company Member SHAWN LEE ( center ) accepts his 1998 Chicago WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award for Oustanding Debut Performance By An Actor In A Play for his wonderful portrayals of LUCKY and THE BOY in the ESC's 1997 revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City.

Copy of Darryl Maximilian Robinson's 1998 WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award for Outstanding Director of the Play for Beckett's Waiting For Godot

Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON won a 1998 Chicago WKKC Radio Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award as Outstanding Director Of The Play "WAITING FOR GODOT" for his staging of The ESC's 1997 revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S comic-dramatic masterpiece at The Heartland Café Studio Theatre in The Windy City.



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A PAIR OF EXCALIBER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY "GODOT" ACTORS REUNITE: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder, Artistic Director and veteran Windy City stage actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON ( Right ) and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago former member and fellow Windy City stage actor KIM CRAWFORD pose for a Sunday March 18, 2018 reunion photo before an elevator at the historic LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO. In 1997, Mr. Robinson produced, directed and appeared as VLADIMIR opposite the talented Mr. Crawford as POZZO in the ESC's critically-praised, award-winning, multiracial revival production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S "WAITING FOR GODOT" at THE HEARTLAND CAFE STUDIO THEATRE in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Mr. Robinson won a 1998 WKKC RADIO CHICAGO CRITIC'S CORNER FINE ARTS AWARD for Outstanding Director Of A Play for his work in the ESC revival which also featured skilled actors MARK POREMBA as POZZO and SHAWN LEE as LUCKY and THE BOY ( for which the fine young performer earned a 1998 WKKC RADIO CHICAGO CRITIC'S CORNER FINE ARTS AWARD for Outstanding Debut Performance By An Actor In A Play ). This photo of Mr. Robinson and Mr. Crawford is the first taken of the pair of veteran Chicago stage performers together in 21 years.

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SOLVING A MURDER AT "THE HOLLOW"!: Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner, four-time Chicago Black Theatre Alliance / Ira Aldridge Award Nominee, Los Angeles Marcom Masque Theatre Award Nominee, Los Angeles ELATE Season Ticket Holder Award Nominee and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as INSPECTOR COLQUHOUN OF SCOTLAND YARD ( right ) joined by his assistant DETECTIVE SGT. PENNY, played by skilled actor DOUG MATTINGLY, endeavors to solve a murder at an English countryside estate in AGATHA CHRISTIE'S "THE HOLLOW" presented in 2014 by The Kentwood Players at The Westchester Playhouse in Los Angeles.

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INVESTIGATING THE SUSPECTS!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation award-winning actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as INSPECTOR COLQUHOUN OF SCOTLAND YARD ( in rear row-center ) has a house full of suspects for murder he has to contend with in the 2014 Kentwood Players revival production of AGATHA CHRISTIE'S "THE HOLLOW."

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Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner, Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Reviewer's Recognition Award Winner, WKKC Radio Chicago Critic's Corner Fine Arts Award Winner, Los Angeles Marcom Masque Theatre Award Nominee, Los Angeles ELATE Season Ticket Holder Award Nominee and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON appeared as INSPECTOR COLQUHOUN OF SCOTLAND YARD in the 2014 Kentwood Players revival production of AGATHA CHRISTIE'S "THE HOLLOW" at The Westchester Playhouse in Los Angeles. Show Card / Poster Courtesy of The Kentwood Players.

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RETURNING TO A STAGE NEAR YOU IN A DICKENS OF A TONY AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL MYSTERY: Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Actor and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON will assume the marvelous dual roles of MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT, THE CHAIRMAN OF THE MUSIC HALL ROYALE and The Honorable MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA in the 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO ( Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th ) revival of the multi-talented Composer / Lyricist / Book Author / Orchestrator RUPERT HOLMES' wonderful Tony Award-winning SOLVE-IT-YOURSELF MUSICAL WHODUNIT "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" ( based on the final and unfinished novel by English literary master CHARLES DICKENS ) being presented Friday and Saturday Evenings at 8:00 pm. and Sundays Afternoons at 2:00 pm. in the lovely and intimate Black Box Theatre of ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, Il. 60614. Image courtesy of www.saintsebastianplayers.org.

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REHEARSING A NEW RENDITION OF A TONY AWARD-WINNING BEST MUSICAL WHODUNIT!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & THE HONORABLE MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA rehearses a scene with skilled and award-winning Saint Sebastian Players Acting Company Member ERIC PRAHL as DURDLES and MR. NICK CRICKER for the new Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 SAINT SEBASTAIN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival production of RUPERT HOLMES' Tony Award-winning Best musical Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" ( based on the final and uncompleted novel by CHARLES DICKENS ) directed and music-directed by multi-talented stage veteran ROBERT-ERIC WEST at the lovely 100-year-old-plus ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For tickets and info on Mr. Robinson & Mr. Prahl in SSP's "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" may be obtained at ( 773 ) 404-7922 or www.saintsebastianplayers.org.

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YOUR CHAIRMAN WELCOMES YOU TO CHICAGO'S MUSICAL COMEDY MYSTERY REVIVAL OF THE YEAR!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON returned to The Windy City stage this fall as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO REVIVAL PRODUCTION OF RUPERT HOLMES' "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD." Photo by ERYN WALANKA.

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OCT.26, 2018 INVITED DRESS REHEARSAL / PREVIEW REVIEW OF THE SAINTSEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO REVIVAL OF RUPERT HOLMES' TONY AWARD-WINNING BEST MUSICAL WHODUNIT "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" BY GERALD H. BAILEY, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF GENESIS THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS.

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TIME TO VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE MURDERER: Joined by SARAH MYERS as EDWIN DROOD / MISS ALICE NUTTING in the second row-rear DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA introduces audiences to major suspects in the 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival of RUPERT HOLMES' "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" playing Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 at ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For tickets and info call ( 773 ) 440-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. Industry Night Discount Tickets are available to working professionals in The Performing Arts throughout the opening weekend shows.

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AN ACTOR FINDS SOME LUCK!: DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & THE MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA encourages musical theatre vet ADAM HOAK as the under-rated actor and playwright BAZZARD / MR. PHILLIP BAX to perform his unpublished and unheard song "NEVER THE LUCK" in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival production of RUPERT HOLMES' marvelous musical whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWINM DROOD" being performed Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 at THE ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60616. For tickets and info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. Industry Night Discount Tickets are available to working performing artists upon inquiry throughout the opening weekend shows.

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DONT QUIT WHILE YOU'RE AHEAD!: Joined in the front row ( L-R ) by talented musical theatre performers LAUREN MILLER as THE PRINCESS PUFFER / MISS ANGELA PRYSHOCK and SARAH MYERS as EDWIN DROOD / MISS ALICE NUTTING, Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA, leads the cast in a kick-line reprise of one of multi-talented composer, lyricist, book author RUPERT HOLMES' signature songs in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival production of "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD." Performances run Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm. and Sundays at 2:00 pm. Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 at ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For tickets and info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. Industry Night Discount Tickets are available to working professionals who provide credentials and make a reservation/inquiry.

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BACKSTAGE SQUABBLE AT THE MUSICAL HALL ROYALE: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON in his dual roles of THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & THE MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA ( center-left ) gazes along with other Members of The Music Hall Royale with some dismay at SARAH MYERS ( center-right ) in her dual roles of EDWIN DROOD & MISS ALICE NUTTING after London's Leading Male Impersonator makes some unkind remarks about The Victorian Acting Company in Act Two of DIRECTOR / MUSUIC DIRECTOR ROBERT-ERIC WEST'S 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival stagging of RUPERT HOLMES' Tony Award-winning Best Musical Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" being presented Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 at ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For Tickets and Info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. Industry Night Discount Tickets at the rate of $7.00 per person are available to confirmed performing artists, directors, designers and technicians who provide resumes, headshots, business cards at The Theatre.

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DAMNED IF THERE YOU ARE!: Members of The Victorian Acting Company offer the opening number of RUPERT HOLMES' Tony Award-winning "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" including Front Row ( L-R ) SEAN MICHEAL BARRETT as JOHN JASPER / CLIVE PAGET, LAUREN MILLER as THE PRINCESS PUFFER / MISS ANGELA PRYSHOCK, DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT / MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA, SARAH MYERS as EDWIN DROOD / MISS ALICE NUTTING, PETER KATTNER III as NEVILLE LANDLESS / VICTOR GRINSTEAD and the Second Row RUSS GAGER as THE REVEREND MR. CRISPSPARKLE / MR. CEDRIC MONCREIFFE, ADAM HOAK as BAZZARD / MR. PHILLIP BAX, ERIC S. PRAHL as DURDLES / MR. NICK CRICKER, SHAYLA ROGERS as ROSA BUD / MISS DIERDRE PEREGRINE and ANNA GALLUCCI as HELENA LANDLESS / MISS JANET CONOVER. Performances are Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm. at The Black Box Theatre of ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For Tickets and Info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. Industry Night Discount Tickets are available to all working performing artists upon reservation and inquiry.

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MUSICAL COMEDY MYSTERY TONIGHT!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON appears in the dual roles of THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA opposite ERIC S. PRAHL in his dual roles of DURDLES & MR. NICK CRICKER in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival production of RUPERT HOLMES' marvelous Tony Award-winning Best Musical Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" being presented Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm. and Sundays at 2:00 pm. Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th at the lovely 100-year-old-plus ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For Tickets and Info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. Industry Night Discount Tickets at the rate of $7.00 per person available to all individuals working in all areas of The Performing Arts who present credentials and / or make reservations / inquiries for ALL OPENING WEEKEND SHOWS. Photo by ERYN WALANKA.

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YOUR CHAIRMAN PRESENTS A SUSPECT WITH A KILLER SONG IN HER HEART!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON plays the dual roles of THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA opposite LAUREN MILLER in her dual roles of THE PRINCESS PUFFER & MISS ANGELA PRYSHOCK in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO revival production of RUPERT HOLMES' Tony Award-winning Best Musical Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" being presented Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm. and Sundays at 2:00 pm. at the lovely 100-year-old-plus ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. For Tickets and Info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. INDUSTRY NIGHT DISCOUNT TICKETS are available to individuals who work in all aspects of The Performing Arts at the rate of $7.00 per person for ALL OPENING WEEKEND SHOWS by presenting credentials at The Theatre Doors or upon making Reservations / Inquiries. Photo by ERYN WALANKA,.

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THE CHAIRMAN INTRODUCES A SUSPECT DRESSED TO KILL FOR FAMILY.

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A GRAND PAIR OF ROLES!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON appears in the marvelous dual roles of THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT OF THE MUSIC HALL ROYALE & THE MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO Revival Production of RUPERT HOLMES'"THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm. and Sundays at 2:00 pm. Oct. 26th through Nov. 18th of 2018 at the lovely 100-year-old-plus ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. For Tickets and Info call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org.

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THE SET PROJECTION SCENE DESIGN OF THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO REVIVAL OF THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD BY EMIL ZBELLA.

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YOUR CHAIRMAN WELCOMES YOU TO CHICAGO'S MUSICAL COMEDY MYSTERY REVIVAL OF THE YEAR!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON returned to The Windy City stage this fall as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO REVIVAL PRODUCTION OF RUPERT HOLMES' "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD." Photo by ERYN WALANKA.

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INTRODUCING A DICKENS OF A CAST!: Joined In The Front Row ( L-R ) by LAUREN MILLER as THE PRINCESS PUFFER & MISS ANGELA PRYSHOCK ( to his left ) and SARAH MYERS as EDWIN DROOD & MISS ALICE NUTTING ( to his right ) Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-Winning Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & THE MAYOR SAPSEA ( center ) introduces us to the various SUSPECTS and CANDIDATES FOR MURDERER in THE 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO Revival Production of RUPERT HOLMES' Tony Award-Winning Best Musical Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" including ( in the rear row L-R ) RUSS GAGER as THE REVEREND MR. CRISPARKLE & MR. CEDRIC MONCRIEFFE, ADAM HOAK as BAZZARD & MR. PHILLIP BAX, ERIC S. PRAHL as DURDLES & MR. NICK CRICKER, SEAN MICHAEL BARRETT as JOHN JASPER & MR. CLIVE PAGET, SHAYLA ROGERS as ROSA BUD & MISS DIERDRE PEREGRINE, ANNA GALLUCCI as HELENA LANDLESS & MISS JANET CONOVER and PETER KATTNER III as NEVILLE LANDLESS & MR. VICTOR GRINSTEAD. 2018 Saint Sebastian Players "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" Publicity Photo by ERYN WALANKA.

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YOUR CHAIRMAN & YOUR MAYOR INVITES AND ENCOURAGES YOU TO VOTE!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON stars in the wonderful dual roles of THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA in The Saint Sebastian Players of Chicago 2018 SOLVE-IT-YOURSELF-BY-AUDIENCE-VOTE Revival Production of RUPERT HOLMES' Tony Award-winning Best Musical Comedy Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" being staged at the lovely, 100-year-old-plus ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm. and Sundays at 2:00 pm. through Nov. 18, 2018. For tickets and reservations call ( 773 ) 404-7922 or visit www.saintsebastianplayers.org. 2018 Photo of DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as The Chairman Mr. William Cartwright & Mayor Thomas Sapsea by Set Designer & Decorator EMIL ZBELLA.

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YOUR CHAIRMAN & YOUR MAYOR ENCOURAGES YOU TO VOTE AT CHICAGO'S MUSICAL COMEDY MYSTERY REVIVAL EVENT OF THE YEAR!: Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Winner and Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder, Artistic Director & Producer DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON returned to The Windy City Stage this fall with his critically-praised portrayal of the marvelous dual roles of THE CHAIRMAN MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT & THE HONORABLE MAYOR THOMAS SAPSEA in the 2018 SAINT SEBASTIAN PLAYERS OF CHICAGO Revival Production of RUPERT HOLMES' wonderful Tony Award-winning, Solve-It-Yourself Best Musical Whodunit "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD" presented at the lovely, 100-year-old-plus ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 1625 West Diversey, Chicago, IL. 60614. 2018 Photo of Darryl Maximilian Robinson as The Chairman Mr. William Cartwright & The Mayor Thomas Sapsea in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" by Production Set Designer & Decorator EMIL ZBELLA.

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A VETERAN STAGE ACTOR IN THE CITY OF ANGELES!: 2016 Photo of Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON in LA by JONATHAN MACHORRO ( Almighty Johnnyy ).

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A SHAKESPEAREAN IN LINCOLN HEIGHTS!: 2016 Photo of Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON in LA by JONATHAN MACHORRO ( Almighty Johnnyy ).

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WELCOME TO MR. ROBINSON'S AWARDS ROOM!: 2017 Photo of Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON displaying his 1997 Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award for Outstanding Achievement By An Actor In A Principal Role for his performance as SAM SEMELA in the ESC's 1997 revival production of ATHOL FUGARD'S "MASTER HAROLD AND THE BOYS" by Los Angeles Visual Artist and Photographer J.L. WATT.

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AN LA THEATRE AWARD-NOMINATED CAST OF TAD MOSEL'S "IMPROMPTU"!: Elate Best Supporting Actor Award Nominee JOEY TREZISE as TONY, Elate Best Supporting Actress Award Winner LUCY KRUBINER as LORA, Elate Best Supporting Actress Award Nominee CASEY KRUBINER as WINNIFRED were the marvelous fellow actors who helped Los Angeles-based stage veteran DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON earn a 2015 / 2016 Elate Season Ticket Holder Award Nomination as Best Actor for his performance as the debonair, but aging leading man ERNEST in TAD MOSEL'S classic, allegorical one-act of Life In The Theatre "IMPROMPTU" which was presented by THE EMMANUEL LUTHERAN ACTORS' THEATRE ENSEMBLE - ELATE on a bill of one-acts entitled "JUST 4 FUN" at The Lincoln Stegman Theatre in North Hollywood, CA. Photo courtesy of ELATE.

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A TRULY LOVELY ACTING HONOR!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder and Los Angeles-based Theatre Artist DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON is winner of a 2015 / 2016 Los Angeles ELATE SEASON TICKET HOLDER AWARD NOMINATION as Best Actor for his perfomance as ERNEST in the 2016 EMMANUEL LUTHERAN ACTORS THEATRE ENSEMBLE - ELATE revival of TAD MOSEL'S "IMPROMPTU" as part of its bill of one-acts entitled "JUST 4 FUN".

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OH, GOD...HOW HE DID LOVE BEING KING!: Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder, Artistic Director, Producer and Joseph Jefferson Citation Award-winning Principal Actor DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as KING HENRY II OF ENGLAND and talented young actor PHILIP ALEXIS WATT as PRINCE JOHN starred in the 1992-1993 EXCALIBER PRODUCTIONS, LTD. OF CHICAGO non-Equity, multiracial cast revival of JAMES GOLDMAN'S "THE LION IN WINTER" at THE WABASH TRIANGLE CAFE in St. Louis, Missouri. Here are the two actors as they appeared on the cover of The Jan. 1993 St. Louis Edition of INTERMISSION MAGAZINE. Photo by CARL VALLE.

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A HOST AND A GUEST ACTOR PREPARE!:Veteran entertainment journalist and arts reporter RON BREWINGTON welcomes veteran Los Angeles-based stage actor and play director DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON ( The Founder of the multiracial, non-Equity professional chamber theatre The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago ) to the set of the 9-19-2016 RMCONAIR performing arts television program "THE ACTOR'S CHOICE," Episode 2.37. Photo by RMCONAIR Production Video Cameraman and Technician LARON "LP" Daviston.

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