Edie Falco, Dominic Fumusa, Laura Benanti, Gretchen Mol, Anson Mount, and Bryan Singer help Marin Ireland, Steven Pasquale, Piper Perabo, and Thomas Sadoski celebrate the opening of reasons to be pretty.
MCC Theater's production of Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty opened on Broadway to good reviews last night at the Lyceum Theatre. Thomas Sadoski stars as Greg, a man whose inappropriate description of his girlfriend's face sets off this battle of the sexes.
Marin Ireland portrays his girlfriend, Steph.
Film star Piper Perabo plays Steph's best friend, Carly.
Pablo Schreiber, who played Kent in the Off-Broadway production of reasons to be pretty, comes to Broadway later this month in the Goodman's celebrated revival of Desire Under the Elms.
Opening night guests included theater veterans Edie Falco and Dominic Fumusa, who will be co-starring in Showtime's new series Nurse Jackie.
Here's Tony Award winner Brian F. O'Byrne with Bobby Cannavale, who will star Off-Broadway later this month in The Gingerbread House.
Broadway veteran Jackie Hoffman will co-star with Cannavale in The Gingerbread House.
Gretchen Mol starred in the stage and screen versions of LaBute's The Shape of Things.
Film director Bryan Singer -- of X-Men and Superman Returns fame -- was a welcome opening night guest.
David Greenspan wrote the book and will star in MCC's Coraline in May, and is pictured here with The Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt, who composed the music, and Leigh Silverman, who will direct this musical adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel.
Film and TV actor Anson Mount recently appeared Off-Broadway in The New Group's Mourning Becomes Electra.
Here are Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-stars Alexis Bledel and Amber Tamblyn.
Anna Popplewell is one of the stars of the Chronicles of Narnia films.
Finally, here's Tony Award winner Julie White, who's looking very pretty.
For TheaterMania's review of reasons to be pretty, click here.