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Party For Alan Cumming At New York's Theatre 80 St. Marks

7 May 2014 3:28 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Lorcan Otway, owner of the legendary New York theater, starts off the festivities.

 

Actress Arlene Dahl ("Journey to the Center of the Earth") introduces Alan Cumming.

 

Alan prepares to be "immortalized" in cement for the theater's walk of fame.

 

On Monday night, Cinema Retro was invited to attend a private party in honor of actor Alan Cumming at New York's legendary and quirky Theatre 80 St. Marks on St. Marks Place. The venue has its own mini "walk of fame" that dates back many decades. The Theatre/bar also houses the Museum of the American Gangster, as it once had a sordid history that included a gangland rubout. Alan Cumming graciously signed the cement block, having been introduced by the theater's owner Lorcan Otway and actress Arlene Dahl. After the party, everyone thundered to the famed bar, where plenty of good brews and live Irish music (and Irish whiskey) rounded out the evening. »

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