On Friday, May 9, comedian Sarah Silverman wowed a packed house for her one-night benefit at Columbia University for Project A.L.S.
Rob Morrow, who stars as FBI Special Agent Don Eppes in the television series Numb3rs, hosted the benefit.
On Monday, May 12, Bernadette Peters celebrated the release of her children's book, Broadway Barks at a party at Le Cirque. Here she is with good friend Mary Tyler Moore, who co-hosts the annual pet adopt-a-thon that inspired Peters' book, and who appears as a character in the book.
Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell -- who will play Javert in the Hollywood Bowl concert presentation of Les Miserables -- stopped by to congratulate Peters on her book.
The legendary Angela Lansbury also dropped by to show her support.
Tony Award and Academy Award winner Joel Grey was also in attendance.
Cheyenne Jackson, who currently stars in the Tony-nominated musical Xanadu, was another Broadway Barks guest.
Tom Wopat -- who picked up a Tony nomination for Leading Actor in a Musical for his superlative work in A Catered Affair -- was Peters' co-star in the Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun.
Joan Rivers, back in New York with weekly performances at The Cutting Room, is well-known for her love of dogs.
Monday evening was also the closing night of City Center Encores' critically acclaimed production of No, No, Nanette. Rosie O'Donnell, pictured here with wife Kelli, co-starred in the show as the wise-cracking and tap-dancing maid Pauline.
Three-time Tony Award nominee Sandy Duncan earned kudos for her performance as Sue Smith.
Tony winner Beth Leavel earned rave reviews for her work as Lucille Early.
Michael Berresse, who played Leavel's husband, Billy, will soon be directing the Broadway production of [title of show].
The beautiful Mara Davi, who played the title role, will be at Broadway at Birdland on Monday, May 19 with her show, Dreaming Wide Awake.
Fran Drescher, recently seen as the candy-loving Morgan Le Fey in the New York Philharmonic's Camelot, was one of the evening's special guests.