Darryl Maximilian Robinson’s Booker T. Washington ‘Ragtime’ Notes

Darryl Maximilian Robinson ( A Veteran of Chicago, St. Louis And LA Stage Productions ) Enjoyed One Of His Finest Supporting Roles Ever When He Portrayed The Historic Black Educator, Orator and Adviser To Presidents Booker T. Washington In The Kentwood Players of Los Angeles’ 2013 Revival of “Ragtime”! “…Darryl Maximilian Robinson a tower of strength as Booker T. Washington…” — Don Grigware, Kentwood Players Stage Melodically Rousing RAGTIME, BroadwayWorld.com March 20, 2013 Darryl Maximilian Robinson has had the honor of playing multiple black historic figures on the stage during the course of his 46-year-long career in The Performing Arts ( in the year 1983 alone, he played Windy City Founder and Frontiersman Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable in Playwright Alice Rubio’s “Chicago: A Tale Of One City” in a touring production to Chicago Public Schools for the Urban Gateways Arts Organization as well as notorious African-American / Mexican-American Cowboy, Bank Robber & Confidence Man Ben Hodges in Producer Val Gray Ward’s Kuumba Theatre Company musical of “Deadwood Dick: The Legend Of The West” at The Old Pakula Building in The Loop of Downtown Chicago). By far his most personal favorite was the famed and historic black educator and orator Booker… Read full this story

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