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Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More

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Last night, actor Nick Cearley celebrated the work of Tony Award nominee Bill Russell. The evening, 'Still Bill' featured lyrics and poems by Russell with special guests Lauren Molina (vocals, cello, ukelele), Chris Schelling (keys), Christian Imboden (banjo, guitar), Shannon Ford (drums) and Alice Ripley. Bill Russell will direct the evening, which played the Canal Room. BroadwayWorld brings you coverage of the concert below.

For more information on the canal room, visit www.canalroom.com.

Photo Credit: Peter James Zielinski

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Lauren Molina and Nick Cearly

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Nick Cearly

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Lauren Molina and Nick Cearly

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Nick Cearly and Alice Ripley

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Nick Cearly and Alice Ripley

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Lauren Molina

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Shannon Ford

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Alice Ripley and Shannon Ford

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Nick Cearly

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Nick Cearly

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Nick Cearly

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More
Lauren Molina, Nick Cearly, Shannon Ford, and Christian Imboden

Photos: Cearly Celebrates Russell with Ripley, Molina & More


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