On Sunday night, the revival of Marc Camoletti's farce Boeing-Boeing opened at the Longacre Theatre, with two-time Tony Award winner Christine Baranski headlining the cast as the exasperated French housekeeper, Berthe.
Mark Rylance has already earned a Drama Desk Award nomination for his hilarious portrayal of the initially timid Robert.
Former West Wing and Studio 60 star Bradley Whitford returns to the stage as Bernard, the suave architect juggling the affections of three beautiful air hostesses.
Mary McCormack, Gina Gershon, and Kathryn Hahn are a riot as the high-flying ladies.
The opening night guests included Oscar winner Meryl Streep, who co-stars with Baranski in the upcoming film version of the musical Mamma Mia!
Former History Boys star Dominic Cooper will play groom-to-be Sky in Mamma Mia!
Busy film and television star Mischa Barton, best known for her work on the O.C. was among the first nighters.
Tony winner Glenn Close -- who guest starred on an episode of The West Wing -- will soon return to television for the second season of her hit series Damages.
The fabulous Tracey Ullman now stars in Showtime's State of the Union.
Here's another television favorite, Jane Kaczmarek -- also known as Mrs. Bradley Whitford.
Former Cats star Liz Callaway was among the Broadway babies in the audience.
James Snyder, who plays the lead in the new musical Cry-Baby, was one of that show's many cast members at the opening.
Here's Christopher J. Hanke, who plays Cry-Baby's rival Baldwin in the show.
Tory Ross, who portrays Hatchet-Face, looks mighty pretty next to musical theater star Max von Essen.
Finally, here's radio host Howard Stern and fiancé Beth Ostrovosky, on hand to support McCormack, who played Stern's then-wife Alison in Private Parts, the movie based on Stern's life.
For TheaterMania's review of Boeing-Boeing, click here.