On Monday night, the Signature Theatre Company held its annual gala. Among the attendees were actor Dallas Roberts, playwright Lanford Wilson, and Academy Award nominee and longtime company supporter Edward Norton, all of whom worked together on the Off-Broadway revival of Wilson's Burn This.
Here's Douglas Turner Ward, whose Negro Ensemble Company is the focus of this year's Signature season, with Tony Award winners Phylicia Rashad and Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Playwrights John Guare and Charles Mee have both had previous Signature seasons devoted to their work.
Philanthropist Laura Pels caught up with another former Signature playwright, Edward Albee.
Actor Stephen McKinley Henderson is the director of Signature's current production, Zooman and the Sign.
January LaVoy, who starred earlier this season in the Signature's production of Home, will return to the stage next month in the MCC Theatre production of Coraline.
Yaya DaCosta and Jason Dirden co-starred in the Signature season opener The First Breeze of Summer.
Film and television favorite Ernie Hudson has returned to the stage in Lincoln Center Theater's Broadway revival of August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone.
On Tuesday night, the Barefoot Theatre Company celebrated the 70th birthday of playwright Israel Horovitz with the official launch of the year-long 70/70 Horovitz Project.
Francisco Solorzano, the company's artistic director, performed in a reading of Horovitz's new play Sins of the Mother alongside Michael Stuhlbarg, John Doman, and Emmy Award winner Bobby Cannavale.
On Tuesday, screen legend Mitzi Gaynor made a special appearance at Barnes & Noble Lincoln Triangle in honor of the Blu-ray "50th Anniversary" release of the film version of South Pacific, in which she played Nellie Forbush.
On Wednesday, Lincoln Center Theater celebrated the 60th anniversary of the stage production of South Pacific by inviting members of the show's original Broadway run and other special guests to the matinee. Here are current stars David Pittsinger and Laura Osnes with Alice Hammerstein Mathias and Mary Rodgers Guettel, the daughters of the show's songwriting team Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers.
The ageless BarBara Luna, the show's original Ngana, caught up with the role's current portrayer, Laurissa Romain.
Iva Withers, who played Nellie on the first national tour of South Pacific, was another participant in the special event.
Finally, here's film star Jessica Alba, who recently attended the Off-Broadway hit Fuerza Bruta: Look Up, with Dusty Giamanco and Tincho Garcia.