On Monday night, The Acting Company celebrated the work of legendary composing team Kander & Ebb with Come to the Cabaret. Here's Edward Hibbert, who last appeared on Broadway in Kander & Ebb's Curtains, with Angela Lansbury, who just received a Tony nomination for her performance in Blithe Spirit.
Here's honoree John Kander with The Acting Company's co-founder and Producing Artistic Director, Margot Harley.
Playwright Terrence McNally shared anecdotes about Kander and Ebb, with whom he worked on Kiss of the Spider Woman and The Rink. The wonderful Julia Murney sang the song "Colored Lights" from the latter show.
Here's a trio of stalwart Kander & Ebb actresses! Karen Ziemba sang "Sing Happy" and a combination of the songs "Married" and "Maybe This Time"; Chita Rivera performed "I Don't Remember You," "Love and Love Alone," and "All That Jazz"; and Debra Monk sang "When You're Good to Mama" and "Everybody's Girl."
Raul Esparza -- who was just Tony-nominated for his work in Speed-the-Plow -- hosted the evening, and also sang "Wilkommen" and "Sometimes a Day Goes By." David Hyde Pierce, who won a Tony for his performance in Curtains, performed a duet of "Sara Lee" with Debra Monk.
Tony Award-winner Harriet Harris was one of the many guests at Come to the Cabaret.
Also on Monday night, Soho Rep celebrated its Spring Gala at The Park (118 10th Avenue). Among the attendees was three-time Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Edward Albee.
Steve Buscemi, one of the many celebrity performers at the gala, was featured in a reading of John Jesurun's Snow.
Reed Birney, who is nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his performance in Soho Rep's Blasted, reunited with his cast-mate from that show, Louis Cancelmi, who is currently appearing Off-Broadway in The Singing Forest at the Public. At the gala, the two actors performed work by Michael Friedman.
Kate Mulgrew, who appeared earlier this season in the Broadway production of Equus, performed an excerpt from Jenny Schwartz's Somewhere Fun.
Lili Taylor, seen earlier this season in the New Group's Mourning Becomes Electra, also performed in Somewhere Fun.
Tim Blake Nelson co-hosted the event, and also performed in Mac Wellman's The Lesser Magoo.
Edward Norton was the gala's other co-host, and performed with Nelson in The Lesser Magoo.
Here's Parker Posey, who rounded out the cast of Wellman's play.
Finally, here's Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter, Steve Earle, who gave a musical performance at Soho Rep's gala.