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Photo Coverage: Actor's Fund Beneft - The Music of Cy Coleman (Concert Part 2)

The Actors' Fund of America presented its 5th annual S.T.A.G.E. too event - THE BEST IS YET TO COME: THE MUSIC OF Cy Coleman on November 6th in LA. At the event, the Actors' Fund President, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Larry Gelbart as well as Marilyn and Alan Bergman presented Mr. Coleman with the Nedda Harrigan Logan Award.

The concert featured: Christine Andreas, Lucie Arnaz, Liz Callaway, Keith Carradine, Joy Claussen, Carole Cook, Tyne Daly, Tonja Walker Davidson, Nancy Dussault, Ilene Graff, Ken Howard, Bill Hutton, Jane A. Johnston, Jane Lanier, Michele Lee, Marin Mazzie, Rod McKuen, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Valarie Pettiford, Charlotte Rae, Alice Ripley, Chita Rivera, John Schneider, Christopher Showerman, Mark Smith, Sally Struthers, Lillias White, and Jo Anne Worley and Jon Maher (ASL).

The evening also included a special performance by Cy Coleman himself.

All Photos By Shira Greenberg

Rehearsal | Concert Part 1 | Concert Part 2 | After-Party

Jane Lanier gets intimate with the hunky Lorenzo Lamas

Tyne Daly sings "Come Summer"

Alice Ripley finds us captivated in "Lost and Found"

Alice, you look stunning!

Clifton Hall, Christopher Showerman, and Mark Smith can have our number anytime, as they sing "I've Got Your Number"

Mark Smith

Christopher Showerman

Clifton Hall

Lillias White calls her calculator boy

"I've been laid by how many men?"

Lillias proves she's not too old for "The Oldest Profession"

Keith Carradine sings "Look Around"

"Isn't He Adorable?", asks Karen Morrow

The adorable Jakie Batinga

Marin Mazzie takes our breath away in "With Every Breath I Take"

Marin Mazzie looking spectacular

Carole Cook in laments that "Nobody Does It Like Me"

Michelle Lee

Michelle Lee sings the "Seesaw Finale" to a rousing applause

Somebody loves Sally Struthers

"Oh, Murray!"

Being serenaded by the "Brass Band" members

Sally Struthers and her Brass Band

Brian Stokes Mitchell sings to his "Sweet Charity", Valarie Pettiford

A beautiful ending to a beautiful song

Chita Rivera belts out "Where Am I Going?"

Alan Bergman introduces the next song, dedicated to Cy Coleman

Entitled, "Cy"

The amazingly talented Cy Coleman

"Here's To Us", Cy Coleman, Chita Rivera, Larry Gelbart, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Alan Bergman, Liz Callaway, and Ilene Graff

What a finale!

Cy Coleman and Liz Callaway share a brief moment on stage

Goodnight everyone!

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