Melissa Kite, featured as “Andrea” in The Dream of the Burning Boy, and David Esquire, our semi-resident photographer and bon vivant, teamed together in an amazing photo/video shoot, in which David combined high-tech (including Google Glass) to create a startling and beautiful video with music by Moby. Enjoy!Continue Reading →
The Malibu Playhouse will open its 2013-2014 season with the West Coast Premiere of The Dream of the Burning Boy by David West Read, September 6 – October 13, 2013. The play will be directed by Edward Edwards and stars Broadway veteran Jeffrey Hayenga and Tyler Ritter, the youngest son of the late John Ritter.
The Dream of the Burning Boy premiered off-Broadway in 2011 at the Roundabout Underground. It was a 2011 Drama League Award Nominee for Distinguished Production of ...Continue Reading →
The Malibu Playhouse is pleased to announce the appointment of Terence Davis, founder of Great Music, Inc. as its new Chairman of the Board of Directors. Davis was appointed to the position at a Board of Directors meeting on June 24, 2013. He succeeds Geoff Ortiz, who served as Chairman for 13 years. Davis originally joined the board in 2002 and is its longest current serving member.
“As a longtime member of ...Continue Reading →
The special benefit performance of A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters was a resounding success. Starring iconic actors (and long-time married couple) Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott, the fundraiser was sold out and standing room only. Katharine has appeared twice on our stage — in Rabbit Hole and Kimberly Akimbo — but what most people probably don’t know is that this performance of Love Letters was Sam’s stage debut! Trust me, ...Continue Reading →
Guest blogger Michael Kearns launched the first of his monthly blogs devoted to the year-long project of his researching and transforming himself physically and emotionally into Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, the protagonist of Doug Wright’s Pulitzer-winning play I Am My Own Wife, which we’ll be producing at Malibu Playhouse June-July 2014. Michael has written a number of books and memoirs about his working as a theater artist, and he plans ...Continue Reading →
The newly rebranded Malibu Playhouse (formerly Malibu Stage Company) will be offering acting classes beginning June 11, 2013.
The Malibu Playhouse Conservatory was conceived as 1) a means to train local artists, 2) as arts education programs are underfunded in our country, we can help fill in the gap, 3) a means to foster the concepts of team building, cooperation, greater sense of self, and understanding and respect for culture and history for participants of all ages, and 4) ...Continue Reading →
Today the curtain comes down on Blood Knot, the final production of the 2012-13 season of the Malibu Stage Company. It also marks the end of the 22-year run for Malibu Stage, founded in 1991 by Charles Marowitz and Jackie Bridgeman. MSC has certainly seen its share of highs and lows and has made an indelible mark on the Malibu community, who have supported the troubled troupe throughout the years. Although Malibu ...Continue Reading →
Earlier this week, Malibu Playhouse launched an Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign — Malibu Playhouse Needs TLC — to raise funds for much-needed and vital improvements to the theater building and grounds. The promotional film for the campaign features Doris Roberts Everybody Loves Raymond), Seamus Dever Castle), Dale Raoul (True Blood), Rick Wasserman (signature voice for AMC), and LA theater icon Michael Kearns.
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