On Thursday, Xanadu leading man Cheyenne Jackson became the latest celebrity to have his caricature added to the Wall of Fame at Tony's Di Napoli in midtown.
Jackson's co-stars Tony Roberts and Whoopi Goldberg were among the luminaries on hand for the unveiling.
The lovely Sarah Paulson -- soon to be seen in the controversial telefilm Pretty/Handsome alongside Joseph Fiennes, Jonathan Groff, and Blythe Danner -- was another special guest.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Tony Award-winning star and creator of In the Heights stopped by after his show.
On Thursday morning, the Roundabout Theatre Company hosted a meet-and-greet for its upcoming Broadway revival of A Man For All Seasons. Here's star Frank Langella, who will play Sir Thomas More, with the onstage women in his life, Hannah Cabell and Maryann Plunkett.
Theater veterans Dakin Matthews, Michael Esper, and George Morfogen are just part of the show's impressive supporting cast.
Doug Hughes, a Tony winner for Doubt, will helm the much-anticipated production.
Broadway's Megan McGinnis and Krysta Rodriguez got roped into having some fun!
Lauren Pritchard, formerly of Spring Awakening, posed with NYMF executive director Isaac Hurwitz.
Good pals Nick Blaemire and Andrew Call, who worked together on Altar Boyz, Glory Days and Cry-Baby, hung out at the hoedown.
Jason Tam looks like he's a long way from Llanview, his daytime home on ABC's One Life to Live.
Finally, here's superstar Katie Holmes leaving a rehearsal of the upcoming Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, in which she plays Ann Deever.