The following is a partial list of some of the past productions of Malibu Stage Company, with links to further information
on the plays and cast.
2012 - 2013 Theatrical Season
January 25 - March 3, 2013 Malibu Stage Company Presents THE LAUGH LINES
Some of the greatest playwrights of our day have written some of the greatest one act comedies
ever performed. Rare is the chance to see these pieces, some written by Pulitzer Prize winners, performed together as a cohesive
piece. The writers include Christopher Durang, and David-Lindsay Abair, and David Ives, among others.
Directed by Richard
Johnson, Oscar Best, and Rick Wasserman, this evening is packed with Malibu actors and filled with the kind of off color humor
that made "All In The Family" and "The Benny Hill Show" household names. If you don't want to laugh,
don't come to this show because you will not be able to help yourself.
November 2 - December 9, 2012 Malibu Stage
Company presents CABARET
Cabaret 1998 Revival Version
Yes, Money does
make the world go 'round. And yes, maybe this time you'll be lucky. Life is a cabaret and you folks are going to see
the greatest intimate theatre production of this musical of all time. Brent Moon as the MC, Lilly Passero as Sally Bowles,
with Dick Van Dyke and Richard Johnson producing and the great Jeff Passero with the directors reigns, this promises to be
the best ever. Tom Griep on piano and as musical director with Albertossy Espinoza as choreographer! Come expecting greatness
and you will not be disappointed. It's 1930's Berlin and the sexy Kit Kat Klub has it's share of trouble, what
with the Nazi's, and the jews, and the many troubled dancers and singers. This passionate Kander and Ebb piece has received
it's just deserts in this major intimate production. What a date night, what a great night!
September 7 - October 14, 2012 Malibu Stage Company presents "art"
What kind of friend are you? When a trio of long
time friends discovers one of them has spent a considerable sum to purchase a large peice of minimalist art, they start to
consider how well they know each other, and test their relationships to extremes. This Tony award winning comedy by
Yasmina Reza showcases the talents of Oscar Best, Will Carney and Brian Pietro. Directed by Nathalie Blossum, and produced
by Richard Johnson, Brian Pietro and David Yardley.
One Night Only!
Sunday, August 19, 2012 - Malibu Stage Company presents Our Annual Fund Raiser - NO APPLAUSE
Join us for our once annual night of 90 minutes of Scenes, Song, and Magic. This is
our annual repertory fundraiser where we have the actors serve dinner and we perform various scenes (Mostly Comedy this year)
from our scene study program. Performers include Trish Van Devere, Eileen Ryan, Oscar Best, Lucy Castaneda, Haily
Hoffman Christine Gabrielle, Sue Hardy, Junde Narita, Nathalie Blossom, Nancy Little, Grant Harling, Suraya Erikkson, Catharine
Dao, Margott Rifenbark, George Fisher, Jacqui Hylton, Don Pitts, Bruce Neonard, Diane Peterson, Aleta Darby, Rose Marie Coleman,
Ako & Keith, Keri & Truce, Richard Johnson, Tommie Trudeau, and Gigi Goyette. David Lambert/Piano. Lighting
& Sound by Jamie VonSoelen. Maggie Luckerath/Box office. Produced by Gigi Goyette. Directed by Claudia
Zahn, Diane Carroll and Richard Johnson. We also have great musical pieces and a wonderful magician (Kristen Lambert).
We cap off the evening with desert and a wonderful sing-a-long headed by Pat Cady on the yukele and Richard Johnson on vocals.
We serve complimentary wine/beer/sodas/coffee throughout the evening. 5 PM Dinner. Show starts at 6:30 PM.
This is Always a FUN night for all. Get your tickets now, as this is ONE NIGHT ONLY! Tickets $100.00/ea.
2011 - 2012 Theatrical Season
April 13, 2012 - May 20, 2012 - Malibu Stage Company presents THE OLDEST LIVING GRADUATE
Malibu Stage Company presents
“The Oldest Living Graduate” By Preston Jones. There is a preview performance on Friday April
13th at 8pm with official opening night on Saturday April 14th at 8pm. The play runs
Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm and Sundays at 5pm through May 20th. Tickets are $25.
Seating is reserved and there is a complimentary reception before each show. Please order your tickets
on line at www.brownpapertickets.com
where you can see the seating chart and select your seat. Tickets are also available through our
box office at 310-589-1998
In “The Oldest Living Graduate” WW1 Veteran Colonel JC. Kincaid’s deep rooted
feelings about a parcel of land he owns clashes with his son’s commercial vision for the property.
Confined to a wheelchair, Kincaid is the oldest and saltiest living graduate of a Texas military academy; he has outlived
his many friends. His spirit and vivid recollections of cherished memories give him the fortitude to live
life as the indomitable curmudgeon that he is.The Oldest Living Graduate" stars local actors Hub Ferguson, Colette Kilroy Sheridan and featuring Brian Pietro
along with a terrific supporting cast. Directed by Nancy Little and set design by Kelly Crowder (all MHS Parents). It is a
gentle and thoughtful drama that will make you laugh and introduces you to small town West Texas in the 1960's.
This play has many Malibu Professionals both on the stage and
behind the scene. Malibuite Nancy Little helms the project, produced by Richard Johnson
and starring Howard Ferguson Woitzman and Colette Kilroy, all Malibuites. Sue Hardie, Diane Peterson, Jamie
Van Soelen, Alex Montano, Carla Bates, Kelley Crowder, Ralph Romo, Catherine Seiling, Truce Kai, Tina Fanning, Catherine Keith,
and Shark, are the other locals participating in the revival of this great play from The Texas Trilogy.
February 23 - March 18th, 2012 - Malibu Stage Company presents KIMBERLY AKIMBO
Written by David Lindsay-Abaire. Starring Katharine Ross. Directed by Graeme
Set in the wilds of suburban New Jersey, KIMBERLY AKIMBO is a hilarious and heartrending play about a teenager with
a rare condition causing her body to age MUCH faster than it should. When she and her family flee Secuacus
under dubious circumstances, Kimberly is forced to reevaluate her life while contending with a hypochondriac mother, a rarely
sober father, a scam-artist aunt, her own mortality and, most terrifying of all, the possibility of first love.
Akimbo'' is at once a shrewd satire, a black comedy and a heartbreaking study of how time wounds everyone. By crafty
degrees, Lindsay-Abaire makes the case that all of the grown-ups suffer from a more leisurely form of Kimberly's disease:
that is, plain old mortality. He is an expert at tweaking, skewing and finally inverting established formulas.
–The New York Times
This play shows on THURSDAYS,
Fridays, Saturdays at 8 PM, and Sundays at 5PM with a 2PM show on February 26th, (Oscar's night).
October 28th - December 4th, 2011 - Malibu Stage Company presents VICTOR VICTORIA
Written by Blake Edwards, with a tribute to Blake Edwards and his life of work at the opening
of every show.
A penniless soprano, named Victoria, colludes with a struggling gay impressario to disguise
herself as a man named Victor, who entertains as a female impersonator known as "Victoria"- and as a result becomes
the toast of Paris. Complications arise when a Chicago mobster sees the act and finds himself attracted to the star.
This Gala Extravaganza will feature several choreographed dance numbers, a live orchestra, and over 20 actors. Directed
by Richard Johnson. Choreographed by Albertossy Espinoza. Musical Direction by Scott Nagatani. Book by Blake
Edwards. Music by Henry Mancini. Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse. Additional music by Frank Wildhorn. Starring
Julia Holland, Jake Broder, Kristen Towers Rowles, Butch Anderson, Oscar Best, Diane Peterson, Marlee Candell, Albertossy
Epinoza, George Fisher, Bonnie Frank, Don Pitts, Abibal Silyeyra, Richard Van Slyke, Emilia Vitti, Allison Williams, Ako Eyong,
Steven W. Nielson, Colby Nielson, Jonathan Mercer, Milva Rinnaldelli.
September 9th - October 16th, 2011 - Malibu Stage Company presents THE RIDE
DOWN MT. MORGAN
The play's central character Lyman Felt, is an insurance agent and bigamist who maintains
families in New York City and Elmira in upstate New York. When he is hospitalized following a nearly fatal car crash both
wives show up at his bedside and the conflict begins.
Written by Arthur Miller. Directed by Isabelle Mejias
Fox. Starring Nathalie Blossom, Richard Johnson, Olga Konstantulakis, Brian Pietro, Leslie Thurston, and Tiffany Towers.
2010 - 2011 Theatrical Season
August 27th - Malibu Stage
Company presents AN OMELET FOR VINNIE
Malibu Stage Company presents Ed Asner in this World Premiere reading
of a new play by
Jayne Lynn Stahl. Co starring John Savage. Also featuring Oscar Best and Sarah
Phillips. This thought provoking play about a war vet and his realtionship and influences on his son and daugter,
and how the choices he's made may or may not have influenced their lives, whether he wanted them to or not, will stay
with you long after the end of the play. Directed by Richard Johnson.
Playwright Jayne Lym Stahl is a widely
published poet, essayist, and screenwriter. Stahl is a Huffington Post Blogger whose essays appear in Counterpuch, the
Antlantic Free Press. Her new book of poetry "Riding With Destiny" is available from NYQ Books. She
has been nominated for the prestigious 2011 Pen American Center Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry.
This is a ONE
NIGHT ONLY event and is General Admission - First come, first served seating.
All Tickects $50.00
August 20th - Malibu
Stage Company presents Our Annual Fund Raiser "NO APPLAUSE - JUST THROW MONEY! Round 3"
Our Annual Fund Raiser is back for our third striaght year. As in the past, this event is a very
"Hands On" kind of encounter, where you will not only get to enjoy a great show, but you will also dine with and
meet those preforming, and many of the other members of the Malibu Repertory Company and Malibu Stage Company that are instrumental
in getting our productions on stage. This ticket includes a dinner before the show from 7pm until 8pm, with beer, wine,
(courtesy of Malibu Wines), softdrinks, and desserts, and at 8pm features a 90 minute Showcase
of many acted scenes, songs, and magic, and there is always a sing along after the show! This is a ONE NIGHT ONLY
EVENT, so be sure to get your tickets while they are available.
Tickects $100.00/ea. include
July 1 - July 24, 2011 - Malibu Stage Company presents
Malibu Stage Company brings back Peter Quilter's British hit comedy GLORIOUS! A hilarious
comedy with heart, this play tells the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy socialite living in New York in the
1940s. Known as "the worst singer in the world" and "the first lady of the sliding scale," she couldn't
hold a note. Despite her lack of talent, Jenkins doggedly pursued her dreams, and made a career of her singing, selling
out New York's famed Carnegie Hall on her final performance in 1944. The play was a hit in London's West End
and was nominated for the prestigious Laurence Olivier Award and the Theatregoers Choice Award as Best New Comedy in 2006,
and has since been performed in 23 countries and translated into 13 languages. Returning in their original roles are
Nathalie Blossom as Florence, Beverly Craviero as Cosmo, Nancy Little as Dorothy, and Peggy Miley as Mrs. Verinder Gedge.
April 29th - May 22, 2011
- Malibu Stage Company presents
Show Biz, Manhattan, and an ambitious, beautiful, newcomer who arrives to stir up the lives
of two men in this sexy comedy. Pretty and ambitious, Clea from Ohio is a seemingly naive newcomer to the show
business "scene" in Manhattan. Written by Theresa Rebeck, Directed by Isabelle Mejias Fox. Starring Will Carney,
Pamela Donnelly, Nina Rausch and Keong Sim.
April 13th - April
17, 2011 "THE SUNSHINE BOYS" Starring Dick & Jerry Van Dyke - ALL SHOWS ARE SOLD OUT - :
In their first "On Stage" appearence together, Dick Van Dyke and brother Jerry Van Dyke share the
stage in this Neil Simon comedy. This is a Special Engagement and will only run for
5 performances, with a gala fundraising performance on Saturday night April 16th, at 6PM that will include
dinner and the show.
This Neil Simon comedy, about a pair of vaudevillian actors who grew to hate one
another and haven't spoken in years, and then must re-unite for a television special retrospective on their act,
is one that both of the Van Dyke brothers have wanted to do for ages, and are particularly looking forward to.
Tickets: $50 per person &
$100 per person
for the Saturday night gala.
For Reservations Call: 310-589-1998
- ALL DATES FOR THE ABOVE SHOW
ARE SOLD OUT -
11, 2011 - March 20 2011 The World Premiere of "A NIGHT AT THE OSCARS": A modern comedy by Peter Quilter.
This is the World Premiere of a great new play by Peter Quilter. Mr. Quilter
is the playwright of "Glorious", which had a great run at this Malibu playhouse. Quilter
is also the playwright of the current West End of London hit "End of the Rainbow", a story about the end of Judy
Garland's life. "End of the Rainbow" is being slated for a Broadway run in 2012. How did an initimate
theatre like the Malibu Stage Company get the rights to a world premier of a Peter Quilter play? It's a quirky story.
Mr Quilter had sent a copy of the unfinished script to MSC's artistic director for use in his scene study class.
After working with the script for some time it was very evident that Mr. Quilter had created something special with
this play. MSC workshoped the play for 6 months and came out with a "translated" version of the script that
Mr. Quilter found delightful. The die was cast.
This play allows us to see inside the life of two
great Hollywood stars in their later years. Mr. Chance is still getting work and offers while his wife Diana is reduced
to begging for work. She suffers from Meryll Streep envy. The strength of their relationship is the common thread
of their careers and a great sense of humor. This unbridled humor is on display thoughout the play so that we have a
continually uplifting chance to laugh and enjoy some great characters, flashing from the past to the present and vice versa.
It's a hoot!
October 29, 2010 - December
5, 2010 "THE WILD PARTY":
A rowdy decadent musical based on the notorious poem by Joseph Moncure March. An All-Night party in 1920's
Manhattan; The Greatest Night They'll Ever Regret!
Written by Michael John LaChiusa, with an elaborate
cast of 15, this promises to be a production of proportions that equal the tale. Directed by Julia Holland. Produced
by Richard Johnson, Diane Peterson and Malibu Repertory Company.
Starring Krista Sutton as Queenie, Casey
Zeman as Burrs, Charleene Closshey as Kate, Zack Diliberto as Black, Brent Moon as Jackie, Oscar Best as Eddie, Leslie Beauvais
as Mae, Danni Katz as Nadine, Pam Duke-Van Ierland as Miss Madeline True, Bonnie Frank as Sally, Danny De Lloyd as Phil, Wallace
DeMarria as Oscar, Susan Kohler as Dolores, Richard Johnson as Goldberg, and Lenny Goldsmith as Gold. Choreography by
Natalie Rubenstein. Set Design by Diane Hertz, Costume Design by Deborah LaGorce-Kramer. Lighting Design by Ryan
Wandler. Musical Direction by Rick Friend.
For a link to THE WILD PARTY webpage, which includes pics and
bios of the cast, and more play information, click on the "THE WILD PARTY"
Showing Fridays & Saturdays at 8PM, and Sundays at 5PM.
September 10 - October 17,
2010 Malibu Stage Company Presents - "A SOLDIER'S PLAY":
This Pulitzer Prize winning play by Charles Fuller which he adapted for the Academy Award nominated movie version, A SOLDIER'S
PLAY, is, on the surface, a murder mystery set on a segregated army base in Louisiana in 1944. It goes far beyond this premise,
however, in exploring the racial divide existing in the armed forces at that time, and by probing the torment of a black sergeant
intent on purging his own demons. Starring Obba Babatunde, Nick Stabile, and Oscar Best. Directed
by Graeme Clifford. Produced by Richard Johnson, Diane Peterson and Graeme Clifford.
- 20010 Theatrical Season
April 30 - May 23, 2010: Malibu Repertory Theatre Company presents "How I Learned
This Pulitzer Prize winning play by Paula Vogel tells the story of the strained, sexual
relationship between a girl and her aunt's husband, from her adolescence through her teenage years into college and beyond.
Featuring Tara Buck, a re-occurrig character on HBO's "True Blood", Clayton B. Hodges, a New York transplant
with extensive theatre, film and TV credits, Tricia Small, who recently starred in "High Fidelity", Nick Stabile,
a veteran of theatre, film and many TV shows, and Coco Walker, seen on the hit show, "The Mentalist." Directed
by Emmy Award winner Veronica Brady.
The plays shows on Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 5PM.
Tickets are $25.00 and reservations can be made by calling our Box Office at 310-589-1998.
Complimentary Wine, Cheese, hors d'oeuvres and music will be offered to all patrons
30 minutes prior to each show!
April 11th, 2010: Malibu Stage Repertory Company Fund Raiser " No Applause"
You won't want to miss this annual fund raiser that showcases the talents of many
of the Repertory Company actors, and ends with a celebration of food, drink, desserts and a party where you can meet the actors
and join in their joy for their craft.
Tickets are $100/ea. for this One-time only show.
March 26 - 28, 2010: Malibu Stage Repertory & The Malibu Film
Society present a screening of THE GENERAL
Featuring an original music score performed LIVE by composer Rick Friend during the screening of this classic.
One weekend only.
February 12 - March 7, 2010: Malibu Stage Repertory
Theatre presents THREE TALL WOMEN
Malibu Stage Repertory announces the production of Edward Albee’s 1994 Pulitzer Prize winning play, “Three Tall
Women”, a poignant, sometimes comical, look at our aging process through the eyes of a 92
year old woman as she reflects on her life with younger versions of herself. She reconsiders her choices,
lovers, and family with the wisdom that time has wrought.
This is the third play of Malibu Stage Company’s
2009-2010 season. Nancy Little will direct the work of this great American playwright.
Ms. Little has appeared in several productions at the Malibu Stage Company but this will be her debut as a director
for Malibu Stage. “The greatest play Albee has ever written”, (Boston Globe) will come to life featuring the cast of Lauri Christi, Allison Coutts-Jordan, Eve Sigall, and Swen
Deborah LaGorce-Kramer will costume
the show, with sets by Ralph Romo and lighting by Richard Johnson. Terrence Davis, (Ovation Award Nominee)
will be composing original music for the show. Diane Peterson and Richard Johnson will produce.
- November 22, 2009: Malibu Stage Repertory Theatre Company presents I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE
Off-Broadway's longest-running smash hit
musical-comedy celebrates the triumphs and trials of the modern-day mating game. It's a hilarious look at love and
relationships that is touching, insightful and humerous. From dating and waiting to bridemaids and babies, this love-happy
musical revue cleverly covers everything you've secretly thought about romance, marraige, lovers, husbands, wives, and
in-laws but were afraid to admit. Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro. Music by Jimmy Roberts. Produced by Julia
Holland, Victoria Sterling, an Richard Johnson, Directed by Richard Johnson. Starring an ensemble cast of many locals, guest performers and live musicians, including Mariza Lee Coetzee, Shawn Cortel, Alixzandra Dove,
Bonnie Frank, Gigi Goyette, Julia Holland, Carolyn Hunter, Diane Peterson, Jennifer Still, Margo Rifenbark, Brian Pietro,
Oscar Best, Zack DiLiberto, Jay Tando and Regina Wilson. Music Director Rick Friend. Costume Designer Deborah
September 11 - October 4, 2009: Malibu Stage Repertory Theatre presents the first of
our season of 4 plays - PROOF
Written by David Auburn and directed by Cate Caplin,
the play tells the story of Catherine, a young woman who has spent the last few years of her life caring for her brilliant
mathematician father who has gone into mental decline. Many questions arise when one of her father’s
former students discovers a groundbreaking mathematical proof that her father may or may not have written. Catherine’s
sister shows up and further complicates matters, prompting an intriguing and thoughtful examination of the fine line between
genius and madness. PROOF won the Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2001.
May 1 - 24, 2009: Malibu
Stage Repertory Theatre presents LOOKING FOR NORMAL
STAGE REPERTORY (formerly Zuma Repertory Theatre) presents Jane Anderson's comedic drama "Looking for Normal" opening May
1, 2009 at the Malibu Stage Company in Malibu.
"Looking for Normal" made
its world premiere at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA in 2001. The gender-bending
comedy-drama tells the story
of a middle-aged, Midwesterner named Roy who after 25 years of marriage, announces to his family that he has decided to have a gender-change operation. While to the outside world Roy's life
with a wife, kids and a steady job may look "normal," his search for his true identity
and deep desire to bring drastic change to his life forces those around him to explore the complexities of their relationships,
the institutions of marriage
and family, and the very notion of love. You will love the show's stunning performances
by Malibu's award winning actors. Directed by Diane Carroll.
March 22, 2009: Malibu Stage Repertory Theatre presents NO APPLAUSE -
A Fund Raiser for Malibu Stage Repertory
One night ONLY- Sunday March 22, 2009 at 5PM. Tickets are $100.00 each - and
include a reception that follows of food, wine, coffee, sodas, and desserts , all provided by Malibu Stage Repertory, to meet
the actors. Season tickets will be available also at this event. Directed by Richard Johnson, starring Malibu
Stage Repertory members David Lamont, Howard Levy, Beverly Craviero, Bennett Liss, Nathalie Blossom, Howard Ferguson Woitzman,
Catherine Dao, Jimmy Hall, J. Walter Holland, Mimo Reynolds, Diane Peterson, Carolyn Hunter, Margott Rifenbark, Jennifer Still,
Pamaela Donnelly, Shawn Cortel, Richard Johnson, Pat Cady, Oscar Best, and guest appearace by Krysten Lambert, and the organizers
of our children's theatre groups, Julia Holland, and Shoshana Kuttner and John Henry Litten.
February 6 - March 15, 2009: Malibu Stage Company Presents RABBIT HOLE
A play about a normal upscale family, the Corbetts, that have everything a regular family could want...
until the day their world is turned upside down. Teeming with heartbreak, compassion, wit and
honesty, Rabbit Hole, written
by David Lindsay-Abaire, is a nuanced and delicate piece of theater about family relationships, loss and hope. Having
won or been nominated for almost every major playwriting award in the country, Rabbit
Hole is widely regarded as one of the best new plays written in the last
25 years. Co-starring Malibu actress Katharine Ross, Sharon Gardner, Jeffrey Doornbos, Tasha Ames, and Mimo Reynolds.
Directed by Graeme Clifford.
2008 - 2009 Theatrical Season
October 3-26, 2008: Zuma Repertory Theatre Presents - DIVA
Performances Friday & Saturday nights at 8PM, and Sundays at 5PM.
This biting comedy tells the behind-the-scenes story of Deanna Denninger, a forty-something actress with a super-sized
ego who stars in Deanna, a popular network television sitcom.
August 2 - 3, 2008 - Malibu Stage Company Presents:
A LOVE LIKE NO OTHER
Starring Stacey Keach and Jane Romney
To benefit Malibu Stage Company
June 27 2008 - July 20, 2008: Los Angeles Premier of "GLORIOUS!"
Zuma Repertory Theatre - Richard Johnson & Victoria Sterling
Directed by: Diane Carroll
A comedy based
on the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a wealthy socialite who lived in New York in the 1940s. Jenkins was known
as the “worst singer in the world” and labeled “the first lady of the sliding scale” as she couldn’t
hold a note. Despite her lack of talent, Jenkins doggedly pursued her dreams and made a career of her singing, selling
out New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall on her final performance in 1944, with more than 2000 would-be patrons turned
away at the door. Her recordings can still be found today on the internet.
WEST BANK UK - by Oren Safdie and
Ronnie Cohen - March 21-April 13, 2008.
THE SHADOW BOX by Michael Cristofer, A Zuma Repertory Production - January 18 - February 2, 2008
In Memory and tribute to TARI TABAKIN, who played Felicity, and passed shortly after this, her
last play. Thanks to her for the many great joys she gave the
audiences around this part of the world and for her great care that she exhibited in every play she did.
2007 Theatrical Season
ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE by Joe Orton, directed by Charles Marowitz - Aug. 10 - Sept. 2, 2007
MSC Reading - THE
LAST OTHELLO by Robert Joseph Ahola - October 4, 2007 - One night.
2006 Theatrical Season
RICK KUREK CONCERT - January 28, 2006 - Saturday, 7:30PM - 1 night
JUDAS AGONISTES, by Robert Ahola, directed by Mr. Ahola
- MSC Reading, February 25 - Saturday, 8:00PM- 1 night
IN THE SHADE OF THE LEMON TREE, by Patrick Cunningham,
directed by Oren Safdie - MSC Reading - March 4, 2006 - Saturday, 8:00PM - 1 night
LETTICE AND LOVAGE,
by Peter Shaffer, directed by Donald Reiker, with surprise GUEST STAR - March 11 - Saturday, 8:00PM - MSC Reading - 1
DO NOT GO GENTLE, by Sol Saks - March 18 - Saturday, 8:00PM - MSC Reading - 1 night
3, by Yasmina Reza, directed by Donald Reiker - MSC Play #1 - Fri, Sat, Sun, April 14 - May 7.
by David Mamet, directed by Taylor Nichols - Fri - Sun, MSC Play #2, - May 19 - June 11
Malibu International One-Act Play Festival - Fri - Sun, November 16-25, 2007.
2005 Theatrical Season
•The Last Word by Oren Safdie (July 9 through July 31, 2005)
•Candida by G.B. Shaw (August 11through September 14, 2005)
2004 Theatrical Season
•Sideman by Warren Leight (June 4 through July 11, 2004)
•Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell (August 21 through September 12, 2004)
•Collected Stories by Donald Margulies(October 2 through
November 7, 2004)
•Light Up The Sky by Moss Hart (May 2 through June 22, 2003)
Jews & Jesus by Oren Safdie and Ronnie Cohen (August 15 through September 14, 2003)
This list is a small representation of the plays, preformances,
readings, and productions that have been performed at Malibu Stage Company, and is in no way inclusive, nor meant to
represent all of the past productions at Malibu Stage Company.
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