Acclaimed actor Malcolm McDowell visits North Coast Rep in Solana Beach

(L-R): Peter Katz, associate producer of Faded Glory; David Ellenstein, artistic director of North Coast Repertory Theatre, and award-winning actor Malcolm McDowell stand outside the North Coast Repertory Theatre on June 12. McDowell visited from Los Angeles to see  Faded Glory. The play, directed by Ellenstein, is making its world premiere and runs through June 22 at the Solana Beach theatre. Visit www.northcoastrep.org. Photo by Aaron Rumley.

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