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Billy Takes It's Final Bow

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For three glorious years, the Imperial Theatre in New York City has been the home of Billy Elliot, one of the most uplifting musicals in recent years. It's final performance last night was nothing short of a wonder to behold, with cast young and old taking their final steps with grace and delight.

What made the show even more unique than usual was that the current cast of Billys (and Michaels) alternated scenes in the show. Then, at the show's close Tony Award Winners Kiril Kulish, David Alvarez and Trent Kowalik (aka, the original cast of Billys) took to the stage to bid the musical farewell!

Literally, there wasn't a dry eye in the house at curtain call! But what a way to go!

Check out the gallery below to see TONS of pics from the final show! Performance, final bows, everything! Ch-ch-check it out!

[Image via WENN.]

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3 comments to “Billy Takes It's Final Bow”



  1. 1

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  2. 2

    It should be Its Final Bow, not It's Final Bow.
    Its shows ownership / It's means it is
    Just wanted to let you know - it's (it is) the teacher in me!
    Love your site :o )



  3. 3

    Stop being overly dramatic. There were dry eyes in the house. It was not really that special. Shows close all the time and life goes on.