Beth Malone's The Unsinkable Molly Brown

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In the Denver Center theatre production of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” Beth Malone, as Molly, is not only unsinkable as the title state, she is continually fearless. Not one thing can put a dent in her irresistible charm and enthusiasm on stage. Beth Malone holds her ground on the theater’s stage as the uneducated Missourian who refuses to give up. She boldly claims she “ain’t down yet,” then faces every obstacle tall and proud – succeeding each time. “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” is based on the life of Margret – “Molly” – Brown. When we first meet her she is sailing back on Lifeboat No. 6 after the sinking of the Titanic. As she sits on the boat she argues with the head captain and then goes to the back to talk to a stranger. Here, she then begins to tell her story.…show more content…
Brown. The chemistry reflected on the stage by these two performers creates enough spark to start up a fire in their small log-cabin. While they both show superb vocal skills, they are also able to display solid acting when the tension between Molly and Johnny comes afloat during a dramatic confrontation. Their dispute involved Molly wanting to fit in with the “The Sacred Thirty-six” and Johnny wanting to stay within his comfort zone of Leadville. Aside from these two, the production is basically a big, fast-paced ensemble piece, filled with brawls and elegant soirees. Along with the Molly and J.J., there were also diverse characters. Most of which had an accent to their English to properly portray

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