NORWICH – Join “Mark Twain” – once a resident of Elmira, New York – in his study as the iconic white-suited man with a cigar shares the stories behind the stories that make up his rich and extensive life’s work. Listen in as he offers keen insight into the foibles and follies of men. Discover why Twain is considered one of the greatest humorists of the world. And hear Twain himself explain why he always wears that white suit.
Michael Mauldin, a member of Actors Equity Association since 1981, spent nearly 20 years in New York City as a professional actor and director, appearing on Broadway in Les Miserables, Off Broadway in The Tempest, Othello and All’s Well That Ends Well, to name just a few, and has appeared in several national commercials. He is currently Associate Professor and Founding Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at Cleveland State University.