Paul Maley graduated from UCLA’s Theatre program in 1984 where he concentrated on acting, playwriting, and a girl named Sharon! After their marriage in 1987, they spent two years creating sketches for a Northern California church before moving to San Diego in 1990 to work with Lamb’s Players Theatre’s Educational Touring Company. Paul served at LPT for 20 years as performer, writer, director, designer, road manager, and grantwriter. LPT acting credits include educational productions of The Glass Menagerie, Measure For Measure, and over 2,000 performances in 30 touring plays. His favorite LPT roles include Arnold in The Boys Next Door, Rockfist Slim in The Boy Who Fell Into a Book, John Christopher Smith in Joyful Noise, and multiple roles in The Hit and Leaving Iowa. He has also performed at SeaWorld, with Write Out Loud, and in outreach programs with the San Diego Symphony and his family’s own company StageWorks! Paul dedicates his performance to his lovely wife of 30 years and his two amazing children. Matt. 6:33.