Nick Adams, Matthew Broderick, Eddie Izzard, Cheyenne Jackson, Nathan Lane, Audra McDonald, Cynthia Nixon, Martha Plimpton, Brooke Shields, Steven Weber and a host of stars light up the Roundabout Theatre's Spring Gala.
On Monday night, the Roundabout Theatre held its annual Spring Gala at the Roseland Ballroom, with many of Broadway's greatest stars on hand as performers and guests.
Here's Tony Award winner Bill Irwin, who's currently starring as Vladimir in the Roundabout's revival of Waiting for Godot at Studio 54 and who will return next fall as Harry MacAfee in the company's revival of the musical Bye Bye Birdie.
Nathan Lane co-stars opposite Irwin in Godot as the tramp Estragon.
Lane's good pal, Matthew Broderick will take to the Roundabout's American Airlines stage beginning on April 10 in the leading role of Christopher Hampton's The Philanthropist.
Steven Weber, best known for his work on such television series as Wings and Brothers & Sisters, co-stars in The Philanthropist.
Tony winner Cynthia Nixon is currently delighting audiences at the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre with her portrayal as a frazzled mother in Lisa Loomer's Distracted.
Nixon's Sex and the City co-star Mario Cantone -- who starred in the Roundabout's revival of Assassins -- was just nominated for a MAC Award for his work as a stand-up comic.
The hilarious Eddie Izzard received a Tony Award nomination for his work in the company's revival of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.
Cupid star Sarah Paulson, who starred in the Roundabout's revival of Crimes of the Heart, posed with longtime partner Cherry Jones, who starred in the Roundabout's revival of Major Barbara and is currently winning raves for her work on the TV series 24.
Here is Crimes co-star Lily Rabe with Jason Butler Harner, who's about to star opposite Paulson in the stageFARM production of The Gingerbread House at the Rattlestick Theatre.
Martha Plimpton is sure to be remembered this awards season for her work in the Roundabout's recent revival of Pal Joey.
Private Practice star Audra McDonald, one of the theater's most beloved leading ladies, won a Drama Desk Award for her work in the Roundabout's production of 110 in the Shade.
The lovely Laura Osnes is currently playing Nellie Forbush in the Lincoln Center Theater's production of South Pacific.
The ever-busy Cheyenne Jackson will likely return to Broadway this fall in the revival of Finian's Rainbow, having played the part of Woody in the recent City Center Encores! production.
The talented Nick Adams is dancing up a storm in the current Broadway revival of Guys and Dolls.
Finally, here's the gorgeous Brooke Shields, who might hopefully come back to the stage now that her NBC series Lipstick Jungle has been officially canceled.