Above: Mary B. Robinson in 1994.
Below: Jack Stehlin (Oberon), embraces Titania (Gloria Biegler) as the Fairies look on.
1992: Wendell Pierce stars in August Wilson's "Joe Turner's Come and Gone", directed by Walter Dallas. The play was staged by the Philadelphia Drama Guild at the Zellerbach Theatre in the Annenberg Center of the University of Pennsylvania.
Above: Kathleen McNenny as Desdemona, and Bruce A. Young as Othello, in the Philadelphia Drama Guild's 1994 production, directed by Mary B. Robinson.
Below: Tuck Mulligan (George) and James Colby (Lennie) in the Philadelphia Drama Guild's 1995 production, "Of Mice and Men". The play was originally slated to be directed by Walter Dallas, but he was called away to direct "Seven Guitars" on Broadway. The Drama Guild's artistic director Mary B. Robinson stepped in and directed a highly-lauded production, but due to cratering subscription numbers, the tottering Drama Guild nevertheless could not stay in business afterwards