Sam Waterston, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Donna Murphy, Sherri Shepherd, Priscilla Lopez, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Paul Dano and other stars help S. Epatha Merkerson and company celebrate the opening of Come Back, Little Sheba.
On Thursday night, Manhattan Theatre Club premiered the first Broadway revival of William Inge's Come Back, Little Sheba at the Biltmore Theatre. After the show, leading lady S. Epatha Merkerson, who plays Lola, caught up with her longtime Law & Order co-star Sam Waterston.
Broadway veteran Kevin Anderson co-stars as Doc, Lola's alcoholic husband.
Zoe Kazan, who plays the lovely Marie, snuggled up after the show with Paul Dano, her co-star in Off-Broadway's Things We Want.
Here are three of the show's male supporting players: Brian J. Smith, Daniel Damon Joyce, and Chad Hoeppner.
The star-studded opening night crowd included Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell and his wife, actress Alyson Tucker.
Here's the wonderful Kate Mulgrew, last seen on the New York stage in Iphigenia 2.0.
Two-time Tony Award winner Donna Murphy is no stranger to the Biltmore, having starred there last season in LoveMusik.
On hand for the opening was Frances O'Connor, one of the stars of the new hit TV series Cashmere Mafia.
The divine Daphne Rubin-Vega co-starred with Merkerson in the Public Theater's production of F***ing A.
Cold Case star Tracie Thoms and former Altar Boyz star Ryan Duncan make a most attractive pair.
Tony Award winner Priscilla Lopez returns to Broadway next month as one of the stars of the new musical In the Heights.
Broadway and television veteran Valerie Harper is a welcome addition to any opening night.
Here is the talented Wayne Wilcox, last seen on Broadway in Coram Boy.
Tony Award winner Adriane Lenox braved the cold to support the cast.
And here is the hilarious Sherri Shepherd, one of the co-hosts of the popular ABC talk show The View.