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Irish theater arrived in Malibu last Friday evening with Billy Roche’s “Belfry,” the second offering of the Malibu Playhouse’s 2013-14 season. Even when riven by political and sectarian turmoil, Ireland has maintained a long and illustrious theater tradition.
The last two centuries have given us a multitude of noteworthy dramatists, running the eclectic gamut from Wilde ...Continue Reading →
A lonely Irish sacristan looks back on the brief shining moments in his life when he loved another man’s wife in Billy Roche’s exquisite gem of a memory play, Belfry, at last getting its West Coast Premiere at a revitalized Malibu Playhouse under the assured, nuanced direction of Veronica Brady.
“Athough she’s been gone out of here for over a year now, I swear to God her fragrance still lingers about ...Continue Reading →
The second play in MALIBU PLAYHOUSE’s 2013-2014 season will be the West Coast Premiere of Belfry by Billy Roche, opening Friday, January 31, 2014. The play will be directed by Veronica Brady and stars Michael Hyland, Rebekah Tripp and 2010 American Idol contestant Carson Higgins. Tickets are $30, and may be purchased through the box office, online at www.malibuplayhouse.org/belfry, or by calling 323-960-7711. There will be previews on January 29th and 30th for $20. Shows are Fridays and Saturdays at ...Continue Reading →
From The Malibu Chronicle, August 11, 2013
I am meeting Terence Davis (TD) at Sunset Café over dinner while the Malibu Music unplugged is going on by the bar. Terence is answering my curious queries with one keen ear to the order at the show. He had to get up a few times to make sure that all performances are going on as scheduled and everyone is happy but made sure he came back and continued the interview and ...Continue Reading →
From the Malibu Times, August 21, 2013:
With only a few short days before its new season opens on Sept. 6, the Malibu Playhouse is looking a little sportier thanks to some much-needed renovations and a little help from friends.
“The entire lobby is different now,” Artistic Director Gene Franklin Smith said. “It’s modern, but welcoming and warm and approachable. We ripped that horrible carpet off the wall and painted it. The exterior colors now match the interior colors. We put ...Continue Reading →