THE WEIR at Burning Coal Theater Company

"But perhaps the most riveting performance in this production is that of Lucius Robinson, who plays Jim…Robinson's unsettling portrayal is so fixed, muted, and understated, it's almost hypnotic and eerie."

-Lauren Van Hemert, Broadway

FORGIVE US, GUSTAVITO at the Charm City Fringe Festival

"Lucius Robinson is a powerful presence as Toto, a “civilized” gorilla who wears a tie and drinks hand-pressed coffee…"

-Megan Wills, DC Metro Arts

YOU’RE IN DANGER! at the Kansas City Fringe Festival

"…every audience member will be on the edge of their seats wondering, What will he say next?"

-Drea DiCarlo, USAFF

KING CHARLES III at the Burning Coal Theater Company

"Lucius Robinson makes a welcome return to the regional stage…"

-Byron Woods, Independent Weekly

YOU'RE IN DANGER! at the Charm City Fringe Festival


" of the best one-man storytelling performances that I’ve ever seen"

-Darby DeJarnette, DCMetro Theater Arts

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS with Ferndale Repertory Theater

"I honestly can’t imagine a more quintessentially evil “Doctor” than Robinson’s."

-Emily Silver, Ferndale Examiner

ALICE IN WONDERLAND with The Dell'Arte Company

"Rat Pack Smooth Lucius Robinson"

-Pat Bitton, North Coast Journal

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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING with Raleigh Little Theatre

"Robinson's physical comedy worth the price of admission"

- Roy Dicks, News and Observer

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THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT with Raleigh Ensemble Players

"Slimy, oddly sexy, and utterly hilarious."

-Susie Potter, Triangle Arts and Entertainment



BLOOD KNOT with Streetsigns Center for Literature and Performance

"Brilliantly performed."

-Dawn Reno Langley, Triangle Arts and Entertainment



HOWIE THE ROOKIE with The Delta Boys

"Robinson’s performance is an acting achievement."

-Byron Woods, Indepedant Weekly