Creative Alternatives of New York (CANY), which uses theatre to help New York's most vulnerable children and adults, presented its annual gala, Broadway at the Boathouse…Ovation, May 16 at the Loeb Central Park Boathouse.
The evening, which was coordinated by Tony Award winner Dick Latessa, honored Tony Award winner Cady Huffman and Dr. Hillel Swiller, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Cady Huffman Honored at Broadway at the Boathouse; LaChanze and Ann Hampton Callaway Perform
The evening began with cocktails, buffet dinner, silent auction and gondola boat rides followed by the musical performances.
For over 25 years, Creative Alternatives of New York (CANY) has been helping children and adults across the New York Metropolitan area whose lives have been fragmented by trauma and mental health challenges by using the art of theatre as a therapeutic tool – helping them to imagine and envision new possibilities and discover their potential for change.
For additional information regarding Creative Alternatives call (212) 222-1969, or visit firstname.lastname@example.org.