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Theatre Artist Darryl Maximilian Robinson ( who trained for four years in Musical Theatre Performance as a youth with The Windy City's Chicagoland High School Theatrical Troupe ) had his first taste of artistic acclaim when he received THE 1981 FORT WAYNE NEWS-SENTINEL REVIEWER'S RECOGNITION AWARD as Outstanding Thespian of the Season for a gallery of performances in professional summer stock at northern Indiana's ENCHANTED HILLS PLAYHOUSE OF SYRACUSE, including, most particularly, the role of Fagin in Lionel Bart's Tony Award-winning musical classic "OLIVER!."

Darryl Maximilian Robinson as Fagin in OLIVER at Enchanted Hills Playhouse of Syracuse, Indiana.

AN AWARD-WINNING VILLAIN: 1981 Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Reviewer's Recogntion Award Winner as Outstanding Thespian of the Season DARRYL MAXIMILIAN ROBINSON as Fagin ( at center ) performs "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two" in Artistic Director Dr. Jeffrey Koep's 1981 staging of Lionel Bart's Tony Award-winning musical "OLIVER!" presented by Producing Director Jill Stover at THE ENCHANTED HILLS PLAYHOUSE OF SYRACUSE, INDIANA. Photo courtesy of The EHP.

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Part One of Arts Reporter Sharon Little's 1981 Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Reviewer's Recognition Award Interview with Darryl Maximilian Robinson, who received the award and won audience approval at Enchanted Hills Playhouse of Syracuse, Indiana with his portrayal of Fagin in Lionel Bart's Tony Award-winning musical "OLIVER!."

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Part Two of Arts Reporter Sharon Little's 1981 Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Reviewer's Recognition Award Interview with Darryl Maximilian Robinson, who received the award and won audience approval at Enchanted Hills Playhouse of Syracuse, Indiana with his portrayal of Fagin in Lionel Bart's Tony Award-winning musical "OLIVER!."

1981 Enchanted Hills Playhouse Acting Company and Orchestra.

The 1981 Enchanted Hills Playhouse Summer Acting Company, Production Team Crew and Orchestra Members who all played vital roles in the successful, professional summerstock revival production of Lionel Bart's Tony award-winning musical "OLIVER!" at EHP.

Enchanted Hills Playhouse of Syracuse, In.

The Enchanted Hills Playhouse of Syracuse, Indiana ( on the shores of Lake Wawasee ) was a highly-popular entertainment venue during the early to mid-1980s when it was operated under the theatre management of Producing Director Jill Stover and Artistic Director Dr. Jeffrey Koep. Many fine stagings of plays and musicals occurred there, including the 1981 revival of Lionel Bart's Tony Award-winning musical classic "OLIVER!."

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The Enchanted Hills Playhouse of Syracuse, Indiana mounted a critically-praised revival of Lionel Bart's Tony Award-winning musical "OLIVER!" July 1st through 12th of 1981. Presented by Producing Director Jill Stover, and staged by Artistic Director Dr. Jeffrey Koep, the cast featured Darryl Maximilian Robinson as Fagin, Temple Schultz as Oliver Twist, Myrona Delaney as Nancy, Donald Lee Hahn as Bill Sykes, Tom McSweeney as The Artful Dodger, Tom Lamb as Mr. Bumble, Susan Sams as The Widow Corney, Micheal McCarthy as Mr. Sowerbelly, Suzanne Freshley as Mrs. Sowerbelly, Opera Joe McKesson as Mr. Brownlow and T. Gregg McClain as Charley Bates, among others. The Musical Direction was by Douglas Baumgartner and musical numbers were staged by Choreographer Leta Kritzman. Randy Colburn served as Production Stage Manager and Technical Director of the revival.

Oliver!
(1960).
Book, music, and lyrics: Lionel Bart.

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Oliver! is an acclaimed, Tony Award-winning stage musical adaptation of the great literary master Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist with book, music and lyrics all by renowned composer Lionel Bart. It premiered in London's West End in 1960, had its first Broadway production in 1963, and was made into an Oscar-winning Best Picture ( with a Best Director Oscar going to Sir Carol Reed ) in 1968. The great British stage actor Ron Moody ( who originated the role of Fagin in the London West End production ) scored an Academy Award nomination as Best Actor. Orphan Oliver is the child who dared to ask for more food at the workhouse, and is expelled into the inclement world of Victorian London, where he joins a group of young pickpockets, led by a benign scoundrel, Fagin.

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