Roland Muldoon is a former Artistic Director of the Hackney Empire Theatre in London.
  He studied stage management at the Bristol old Vic theatre school. In 1964 he co-founded the Cartoon Archetypical Slogan Theatre (C.A.S.T.), for which he wrote, produced and appeared in productions, touring Britain and Europe until 1985.
  In 1980, Mr. Muldoon was awarded the Village Voice OBIE for Full Confessions of a Socialist, presented in association with The Labor Theatre of New York.
  In 1984 he created the New Variety circuit, an outlet for new wave comedy and entertainment.
  In 1986 he re-opened Britain's famous 1,500 seat Hackney Empire Theatre. Most recently, Mr. Muldoon successfully headed a campaign that raised 15 million pounds for the restoration of the Hackney Empire Theatre.
  Roland Muldoon has made numerous appearances on stage as a comedian, actor and authority on Popular Theatre.
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