But not for long.
"And anyway, I wouldn't want to leave Pittsburgh just - period." O'Malley, who lives in Bethel Park, never married.But praise for him is universal.And you start living with that, something has stirred in him.In 1981, he portrayed another self-taught artist, iconic Pittsburgh painter John Kane, in a bono 10 travel card lauded, one-man wqed-TV production."In my estimation, he certainly could have made a career at any major metropolitan art center says Scott Lee DeNier, who's directed O'Malley in several plays.Next Stages His acting aside, O'Malley has long been a booster of Pittsburgh theater.In the late 1950s, as a 19-year-old Navy radarman stationed in Key West, he wandered into a bookstore.One afternoon three weeks before opening night, director Melissa Martin and cast hold their second rehearsal.But they demand his attention all the same."And I said, 'Well, to tell you the truth, I'm interested in everything.Glengarry is another landmark.O'Malley had to believe what Willy did: that the infidelity didn't count because he was lonely.6 7 8, the film is not overly gory but is along the lines of some of the earlier slasher-type films.Lean, almost gaunt, he's an apt contrast to the sleek, sandy-haired McCune.Because then I have to go live with it he says.
They must do this before they themselves fall victim.