Barbara Malley Acting
Barbara Malley began her “stage career” when, at age 13, she was assigned to direct her eighth grade class assembly. That led to competing in the church talent show, joining the high school oratorical club , singing in choral groups and choirs through college years and beyond. Writing comedy skits, acting in local plays, directing her students’ plays while an English teacher: all these activities were the preludes to moving to Manhattan to study at HB Studio and Weist-Barron and to audition for a variety of genres. Singing has remained a primary love, with comedy improv a close second. Voice-Overs are the newest in her repertoire.

Barbara’s Mom and Dad met in the fabulous 20’s as members of the Greenwich Village Players. Mother did musical comedy roles, and Dad played serious dramatic parts. Other family members have done a great deal of stage singing and regional theater, so it is “in the blood.”

One of the highlights of 2010 was Barbara's solo cabaret debut at The Laurie Beechman Theater: To Life. This led to an audition for The Perry-Mansfield summer cabaret camp in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This was a week of learning from some of the leading performers and directors in the field. It also served as preparation for Barbara's second show: You Must Remember This. Now, in 2012, her third show, I Remember Brooklyn, is being seen in several venues.

Barbara's resume lists a sample of various types of engagements during the past few years.

Barbara Malley Acting

 

 

Barbara Malley Acting