Aunt Betty Malone

Aunt Betty Malone was born a poor upper middle class Irish Catholic girl on the Upper East side of Manhattan. She was sent at school age to the St Bernadette’s boarding school for girls and was raised by nuns which was fortunate for her because her parents were self-indulgent idiots. She developed her singing talent and a love for gospel music and later Jazz and Blues at the school and shortly after graduation at 18 she got her first Broadway chorus role in “Brigadoon!”. After performing in numerous shows from chorus to chorus, she became too old for the chorus and never made it to the front of the stage, so she packed up, moved to Seattle, and started her one woman cabaret act. So far she has collect 11 wonderful dedicated fans and plans to grow this legion one at a time for as long as it takes!

Michael R Malone is a veteran Musical theatre performer with over 100 productions under his belt. He hails from San Diego and received his Theatre Training from Southern Utah University and the Utah Shakespearean Festival. He has worked at the famous Starlight Bowl in San Diego as well as the Moonlight Amphitheatre and numerous venues throughout the Southwest and Southern California. He is very happy to call Seattle home for the past 15 years. While here Michael created the character Aunt Betty Malone as a means of getting his tired ass off the couch! It has been an amazing journey I hope never ends.