Photo Coverage: CAGNEY the Musical Celebrates Closing Night
CAGNEY The Musical has played to sold out audiences for 473 performances at the West Side Theatre in New York City. The big question posed to enterprising producer Riki Kane Larimer at the closing night celebration was "where will Broadway's Robert Creighton, (in the role he was born to play) and cast be bringing the story of James Cagney to next?"
For the hit show, this closing night party was obviously just the start of CAGNEY's new adventure in bringing the the music of George M Cohan and the life of legendary film actor James Cagney to many more audiences. Cagney's rise from the streets of New York City as a vaudeville song and dance man to Hollywood's original tough guy is a great show which is now poised to tap and sing to greater heights. To quote Cagney..."I never said Mmmmmmm, you dirty rat!" but he did say "once a song and dance man, always a song and dance man," and that's the way it's looking for CAGNEY The Musical.
Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
Joe Cecala, producer & Riki Kane Larimer, producer
Robert Creighton & Joe Cecala
Bill Castellino, director & Eda Sorokoff
CAGNEY The Musical
Freddie Kimmel, Bill Castellino, Lawrence S. Topple
Eda Sorokoff, Paula Kaminsky Davis, Bruce Sabath, Karren Sabath
Paula Kaminsky Davis, Robert Creighton, Bill Castellino, Eda Sorokoff, Joe Cecala
James Morgan, York Theatre
Eda Sorokoff & Keith Sherman
Eda Sorokoff, Bill Castellino, Sunny Sessa
Bill Castellini & Sunny Sessa
Eda Sorokoff, Joe Sirola, Sunny Sessa