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NON-ROYALTY MUSICAL AVAILABLE FOR PRODUCTION
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This is a full length play written specifically for community theater. I am offering it to any non-profit theater company without cost to produce. (No royalties).

The Great American Western (the lost epidode), J. Edgar Hoover gets Busted---has won several regional awards and has been staged over 100 times. It is an edgy, politically incorrect musical that pokes fun at politicians, Hollywood, the government, and pop culture. This plays is easy to produce because the music is pre-taped and the cast simply sings along Karaoke style. Have fun with it.


 
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Monday, July 13 2015


INTERVIEW: DAVID-EDWARD HUGHES SITS DOWN WITH JUDY ANN MOULTON
Interviews and ProfilesFrom The Old Lady in CANDIDE to Princess Puffer in DROOD (twice) to Fanny Brice’s Mama in FUNNY GIRL to the title roles in MAME and ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, Seattle actress/singer Judy Ann Moulton has played many of the great star roles in the American Musical Theater. This fall, in a true passion propelled project, co-produced with Bellevue’s Meydenbauer Theatre, Judy Ann takes on the life and songbook in a one-woman concert entitled JUDY SINGS JUDY, celebrating the timeless talent and songbook of Judy Garland. I spoke with JudyAnn recently about the genesis of the project, and how the life and career of Garland affected her own career path.
 
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Tuesday, September 07 2010


INTERVIEW WITH ALAN BRYCE: WRITER/DIRECTOR OF THE MUSICAL ‘CONTACT’
Interviews and Profiles‘Contact: A Journey to the Heart of the Galaxy’ opened on Friday, September 25th, 2009 to an enthusiastic audience. SeattleActor.com contributor Julian Schrenzel, sat down with Alan Bryce, writer/director (and Managing Artistic Director of CenterStage Theatre) to explore what went into the creation of this original musical.
 
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Wednesday, October 07 2009


INTERVIEW WITH JACKIE AND PHIL EDWARDS
Interviews and ProfilesRecently, SeattleActor.com had the chance to speak with the theatrically prolific husband and wife team of Jackie & Phil Edwards, Artistic & Managing Directors of Auburn Regional Theatre. Let’s all get to know them a little bit better.
 
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Thursday, October 02 2008


INTERVIEW WITH JAN HUBERT, FORMER PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER OF VILLAGE THEATRE
Interviews and ProfilesJan Hubert, a mainstay at Issaquah's VIllage Theatre has left the company and is pursuing other ventures.  We sat down and talked with her about her future plans and some of her favorite moments while working at the Village Theatre.  
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Saturday, August 19 2006


INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW McMASTERS
Interviews and ProfilesMarget O'Malley gets a chance to talk with Andrew McMasters of Jet City Improv and Wing-It Productions.  
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Wednesday, January 11 2006


INTERVIEW WITH CAROL SWARBRICK DRIES
Interviews and ProfilesJerry Kraft tackles an interview with the star of the 5th Avenue's Sweeney Todd.  Carol Swarbrick Dries plays Mrs. Lovett in the Sondheim slasher.

 
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Wednesday, October 19 2005


ELEVEN YEARS AND COUNTING! TALKING WITH RIK DESKIN
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Margaret O'Malley speaks with Puget Sound theatre presence Rik Deskin in this month's Interview and Profile.


 
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Saturday, October 15 2005


TALKING WITH SUZIE BIXLER
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Margaret O'Malley talks with Suzie Bixler, the KIDSTAGE program manager in Issaquah for Village Theatre. 


 
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Friday, September 16 2005


TALKING WITH THEATER SCHMEATER'S ROB WEST
Interviews and ProfilesFor this month’s feature, I had the opportunity to cyber-chat with Theater Schmeater’s artistic director Rob West.  Theater Schmeater (or Schmee) is one of Seattle’s longest running fringe companies.  It was voted best fringe theatre in Seattle in 1998, 1999, 2002 and 2003 by SEATTLE WEEKLY readers.  Rob moved to Seattle April 1, 1996 (no foolin’) and became artistic director of Schmee in May of 2002. We talked about the fringe scene, how it’s changing and what’s going with Rob and at Schmee…
 
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Saturday, August 20 2005


INTERVIEW WITH AIMEE BRUNEAU
Interviews and ProfilesMargaret O'Malley sits down to chat with Aimee Bruneau of Capitol Hill Arts Center.
 
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Wednesday, July 27 2005


TAKE PART IN ART - AN INTERVIEW WITH KELLY TWEEDDALE
Interviews and ProfilesIn his first article for SeattleActor.com, Jerry Kraft sits down to speak with Kelly Tweeddale from the Take Part in Arts Organization, a growing presence in the Puget Sound area.
 
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Tuesday, June 21 2005


INTERVIEW WITH LOCAL ACTOR JOHN DEVENEY
Interviews and ProfilesHarry Turpin got a chance to sit down with local character actor John X. Deveney. Read all about it here!  
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Friday, June 17 2005


INTERVIEW WITH PAT SIBLEY
Interviews and ProfilesMargaret O'Malley, a new addition to the SeattleActor.com site, presents an interview with local Seattle theatre favorite Pat Sibley, currently on tour with Oklahoma!  
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Monday, June 13 2005


INTERVIEW WITH STEVEN TAYLOR
Interviews and ProfilesSteven Taylor, local actor, has been tapped to cover the role of Mufasa in Broadway's The Lion King. Harry Turpin sits down to talk with him regarding his audition and the process.  
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Tuesday, April 26 2005



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