On Tuesday, the stars and creators of 9 to 5, which will play Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre in September and move to Broadway's Marquis Theatre in March, met the press. Here's the show's composer-lyricist, country music superstar Dolly Parton, who played Doralee in the original film.
Parton posed with the show's four leads, Emmy Award winner Allison Janney (Violet), Megan Hilty (Doralee), Stephanie J. Block (Judy), and Marc Kudisch (Franklin Hart).
On Tuesday night, New World Stages played host to a special premiere of the upcoming LOGO TV series Sordid Lives, which debuts on July 23. Here are star Jason Dottley and writer Del Shores, whose beloved plays the series is based on.
Broadway and television star Rue McLanahan and top-selling singer Olivia Newton-John are two more members of the show's impressive cast.
Film star Bonnie Bedelia, one of our finest actresses, is another member of the Sordid Lives family.
Emmy winner Leslie Jordan, best known for his work in Will & Grace, is another series regular.
The beautiful Bobbie Eakes, best known to TV viewers as Krystal Carey Chandler on ABC's All My Children, will also appear in Sordid Lives.
Also on Tuesday night, Second Stage Theatre held an unofficial "opening" for its production of Richard Nelson's Some Americans Abroad. Celebrity guests included of New York's greatest couples, Becky Ann and Dylan Baker.
The popular actor Logan Marshall-Green was also in the house.
Here are Rescue Me co-stars Callie Thorne and Steven Pasquale.
Off-Broadway favorite Lorenzo Pisoni was another celebrated attendee.
Michael Stuhlbarg, who recently played the title role in the Shakespeare in the Park production of Hamlet, was in the audience.
On Monday night, Broadway at Birdland presented The Songs of David Green, hosted by Jim Caruso and featuring Block, her husband Sebastian Arcelus (on his night off from Jersey Boys) and Matthew Morrison (on his night off from South Pacific).
On July 10, TheaterMania.com brought a slew of Off-Broadway performers to Union Square for its Summer in the Square series of concerts. Here are The Universes, who represented the annual Hip-Hop Festival.
Finally, here are Erica Piccininni and Nick Spangler, who play the young lovers in the recently re-opened Off-Broadway production of the musical The Fantasticks.