Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Paddy Moloney (The Chieftains) to receive Medal of Honor lifetime Achievement Award from The National Arts Club
The evening will be a benefit for Fallen Angel Theatre Company, of which Mr. Moloney is Honorary Patron. A number of notable artists, business figures and politicians will join The National Arts Club in this evening of tribute featuring some special performances, including the world premiere of Aisling by National Book Award Winner, Colum McCann.
Thursday, September 9, 2010
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2010
37 Rue de la Bucherie
Open to the Public
We are thrilled and humbled to be invited by Shakespeare and Company to perform Eva the Chaste in Paris. What a great honor! www.fallenangeltheatre.org
Set in the heart of Paris, on the left bank opposite Notre Dame, Shakespeare & Company is a latin quarter institution. Its founder, Sylvia Beach, published James Joyce's Ulysses when no one else would, and stocked D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover, while it was still banned in England and the US. It has been a haven for writers from Ernest Hemingway to Anais Nin. http://www.shakespeareandcompany//
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Hope to see you there!
Monday, June 28, 2010
Renowned playwright, Edward Albee attended a hugely successful reading of Eva the Chaste written by Barbara Hammond and performed by Aedin Moloney, which took place at East Hampton's GuildHall on Sunday June 27th. www.fallenangeltheatre.org
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
- A reading of the new 75-minute monologue play Eva the Chaste written by Barbara Hammond and performed by Aedin Moloney, set in a small Dublin suburb at the edge of the Irish Sea. A woman returns to her birthplace after twenty years in Paris to face the consequences of an act of love.
Monday, June 14, 2010
Friday, May 28, 2010
Mayor David Dinkins & Aedin Moloney (Fallen Angel Theatre Company) at a party held in honor of the Mayor at the Friars Club, New York.
Aedin Moloney (Fallen Angel Theatre Company) with Harry Belafonte at the party to honor Mayor Dinkins in New York.
In May of 2010, the Museum of the City of New York will present an exhibition that examines New York City under the Lindsay administration. Along with a companion publication edited by Sam Roberts (Columbia University Press, May 2010), the exhibition will explore some of the key events of this turbulent period and the lasting impacts of Lindsay’s legacy on the city today.
Aedin Moloney (Fallen Angel Theatre) with renowned author Gay Talese, at the event to launch The Lyndsay Years Project.
Aedin Moloney (Fallen Angel Theatre) with Howard Wolfson, at the event to launch the Lyndsay Years project.
Monday, May 24, 2010
"Eva the Chaste, written by Barbara Hammond is a compelling story that launched my spirit across the pond. Performer, Aedin Moloney has done some wonderful work here that promises to not disappoint."
Monday, March 22, 2010
PRAISE FOR EVA THE CHASTE
From a Fallen Angel Theatre Company reading at the National Arts Club New York – March 2010
"Aedin Moloney's narration of the extraordinary Hammond play provided
the large audience with the rich interior life of an extraordinary
woman who was the caregiver of an equally extraordinary mother.
This was theater at its best."
The National Arts Club
“….there's content here that would make a vice president blush. Bawdy rowdy fleshy gobbly and oh so sensual……will keep you riveted and thinking for days……Moloney is simply magnificent; Hammond's writing is wildly comedic brilliantly tragic by turns. See it and be astonished.
"Aedin Moloney provided an electrifying, riveting one-woman reading of Barbara Hammond 's Masterpiece, Eva the Chaste. Ms. Moloney's clarion dramatic intonations and on- point vocal interpretations of each word vividly projected and depicted……her indefatigable energy kept the reading at a crisp pace from start to end and the audience on the edge of their seats throughout".
ALAN J. GERSON
Fallen Angel Theatre is a non-profit company....please make a tax deductible donation to www.fallenangeltheatre.org/donate.html
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Former New York City Councilman & Fallen Angel Theatre Board member, Alan Gerson with Aedin Moloney attending the reading of "Eva the Chaste" at the National Arts Club. Photo by Janet Mackin
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Due to the expected snow storm here in New York, we are POSTPONING our reading tomorrow of Aftermath by Sarah Cole. We are working on re-scheduling the reading to a different date TBD. We hope you will be able to join us and hear this wonderful piece. Thank you for your support.