Cearley, Ripley and Molina to Sing still bill – lyrics and poems by Bill Russell in June

News   Cearley, Ripley and Molina to Sing still bill – lyrics and poems by Bill Russell in June
Actor Nick Cearley will celebrate the work of Tony Award-nominated lyricist and book writer Bill Russell in still bill – lyrics and poems by Bill Russell June 9 at the Canal Room. Tony Award winner Alice Ripley and Lauren Molina will guest star.

Nick Cearley
Nick Cearley

Russell will direct the 8 PM concert. Cearley previously appeared under Russell's direction in Pageant and participated in workshops of his musicals The Last Smoker in America and A Bad Spell. still bill promises songs from Russell's musicals including Side Show; Kept; Fourtune; Elegies for Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens; Last Smoker in America; Up in the Air; Patter for the Floating Lady; Unexpected Joy; and A Bad Spell.

Next to Normal Tony winner Ripley, who earned her first Tony nomination for starring as Siamese twin Violet Hilton in Side Show, will perform with Cearley and Rock of Ages cast member Molina. As a special presentation, Cearley and Molina will debut an original song set to one of Russell's poems.

Backing the performers will be Ripley's husband Shannon Ford, Christian Imboden and Chris Schelling.

Cearley has appeared in the national tour of All Shook Up and regional productions of Altar Boyz and The Great American Trailer Park Musical. He will also appear in Diary of a Dabbler at Luna Stage.

For tickets, priced $20, phone (212) 941-8100 or visit CanalRoom. The Canal Room is located in Manhattan at 285 West Broadway.

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