Cynthia Crane - Saloon Chanteuse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYNTHIA CRANE




Founders and original staff of the IRT Theatre (Impossible Ragtime Theatre).

Left (top to bottom):
Pam Mitchell, Ted Story, Alison Mackenzie, Jude Schanzer, Ron Daly at bottom.

Right:
Cynthia Crane, George Ferencz, Kristen Richards, Karen Pontius, Jonathan Foster, and Stephen Zuckerman at bottom.



My most bizarre IRT role with Stephen Mellor in Brecht’s “Jungle of Cities”




New York Sheet-Music Society chez nous Find: lyricist, Roger Schore; singers, Carole Shedlin and Diana Templeton; songwriter, Ervin Drake and wife, Edith; song historian, Bob Lissauer; “street singer” Arthur Tracy; singers, Jon Andersson and Bettina Paley; songwriter, Francesca Blumenthal; current NYSS pres, Linda Amiel Burns and ex-pres, Bob Lippett; and in the center composer, Lew “Nice ‘n Easy” Spence, Cynthia Crane and Ted Story

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Kiss Me Kate with Patrice Munsel (see Goldie Hawn top right and me lower left). Find Josip Elic, Sid Raymond and Bob Lupone

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80’s Cabaret @ Ballroom, Barbara Cook, Cab Callaway and Christine Lavin. See who else you can find.
Photo: Stephen Peiser

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Pia Lindstrom taping NBC's "Live at Five" at the IRT, Ted Story, me and George Ferencz.




Ted (at piano with Saxophone) and me on the set of "Suicide in Bb" by Sam Shepard, directed by Ted Story at the IRT Theatre (Impossible Ragtime Theatre)



Ted and Me from the days when we travelled as an act, doing shows together.




Charles and I did a benefit together and formed a mutual admiration society!



A lovable friend with the best collection of vintage clothing.




I like to count Michael Feinstein as a friend; he is a darling, generous and gifted man.



I loved reading the Joan Peyser biography of George Gershwin, "The Memory of all That". Here is a photo of Alan Gershwin posed in front of the man whom he avows is his father.

 

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