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Malibu resident Dick Van Dyke — who served as the master of ceremonies for Malibu’s Got Talent Saturday, Feb. 1 — joins the Malibu choir to sing “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” from “Mary Poppins.” Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Violet Saturn, featuring lead singer Lauren Carr Reed, performs ‘World on Fire” by Slash on Saturday, Feb. 1, during Malibu’s Got Talent at the Malibu Playhouse.
The orchestra plays “Nimrod” by Edward Elgar.
Alex Sudmann (left) and Kira Smit warm up on stage in front of the amethyst geode wings being raffled by Sorenity Rocks.
The Malibu Middle School choir is directed by Krysta Sorensen.
The Malibu High School choir entertains the audience at Malibu's Got Talent.
Artwork by Malibu High and Malibu Middle school students decorated the hallway at the Malibu Playhouse.
Malibu resident Trinity Rose Drummond opens the show with “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” by Culture Club.
Alex Sudmann performs “Arioso” by Johann Sebastian Bach on the viola.
Aiden Burke (left) and Katrina Kianpoor perform “Forever” by Lewis Capaldi.
Bonnie Murphy (right) and company offer a sneak preview of “The Little Mermaid," which will be performed by the middle school this month.
Nina Sichta (as an eel) and Windy Wildman (as Ursula) perform a number from "The Little Mermaid."
Kira Smit sings “When You’re Good to Mama” from “Chicago."
Dick Van Dyke served as the event's master of ceremonies.
Barbara Burke, Staff Reporter
1:02 am PST February 6, 2020
He walked into the green room at the Malibu Playhouse, a venue he helped establish decades ago, and headed straight for the piano to begin a final rehearsal of his pieces with accompanist Joellen “Cha Cha” McNaughton.