Mabel Robinson’s illustrious career includes a variety of artistic accomplishments, in theatre, television, film, and opera, throughout the world. She’s danced with prestigious dance companies such as Alvin Ailey’s, and Martha Graham’s. Broadway has been graced with her stunning performances in such classics as “Golden Boy”, “Don’t Bother Me I Can’t Cope”, “Murderous Angels, and “Your Arms Too Short To Box With God”. Robinson has appeared in the feature films “Cotton Comes To Harlem”, Stand Up And Be Counted”, Funny Lady”, and “The Wiz”, television movies “Dare To Love”, and “Dead Giveaway”, along with independent films “Sisters” and “Mr. Bones. Robinson, also a gifted playwright has had plays premiered in Europe with critical acclaim. A retired Faculty member of the North Carolina School of The Arts is a firm believer in total theatre and loves working in the community. Currently she is working with North Carolina Black Repertory Company, on the 2007 National Black Theatre Festival which will be in Winston-Salem, N.C. the first week in August.