‘Mark Twain’, as portrayed by Robb Warren, appeared at the Taber Museum on Sunday, July 17, at 2:00pm in the museum’s Community Room. The program was attended by 125 guests, a record for the Taber Museum lecture series.
Robb Warren, a graduate of Lock Haven University started acting at a young age. In 1976 he was in the Bicentennial Pageant at Bowman field. Through high school and college he was in many musicals and acted the lead in many plays. After College he landed a job at Colonial Williamsburg where he was an Historical Interpreter and a Character Interpreter. Roles included Thomas Jefferson whom he has portrayed for over thirty years which included an appearance on “The History Channel.” After retiring from Colonial Williamsburg he moved to Norfolk to work on The Battleship Wisconsin and pursue the role of Mark Twain.