On Monday night, the controversial revival of Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms opened at the St. James Theatre, directed by Robert Falls (far left) and starring Pablo Schreiber, Carlo Gugino, and Brian Dennehy.
Television commentator Mo Rocca -- who will host the latest edition of Broadway Loves the '80s at Joe's Pub on May 10 -- came with one of the show's producers, Jamie deRoy.
The eclectic list of opening night guests included God of Carnage star Hope Davis with husband Jon Patrick Walker.
The great Elizabeth Ashley is currently thrilling audiences with her portrayal of Mattie Fae in Broadway's August: Osage County.
Film star Julia Stiles will return to the stage next month in the Center Theater Group's revival of David Mamet's
Oleanna opposite Bill Pullman.
Emmy Award winner Richard Thomas will co-star in the La Jolla Playhouse's production of Terrence McNally's Unusual Acts of Devotion in June.
2009 Lucille Lortel Award nominee Mamie Gummer, who will appear on the big screen this summer in Taking Woodstock, attended with boyfriend Ben Walker.
Brian Cox -- last seen on Broadway in Rock 'n' Roll -- is in the film Tell-Tale, which is screening at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Chad Goodridge and Rebecca Naomi Jones starred in Broadway's hit musical Passing Strange, which was captured for a documentary to be shown at the Tribeca Film Festival on May 2.
Heroes star Zachary Quinto will play Dr. Spock in the upcoming film version of Star Trek.
Andrew McCarthy will appear on the big screen in John Doyle's Main Street, the last film to be written by the late Horton Foote.
Stage and television star Jennifer Westfeldt recently formed her own production company with her longtime companion, Mad Men star Jon Hamm.
Finally, here's the celebrated musician Moby!
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