On Thursday night, the much-anticipated revival of Equus opened at the Broadhurst Theatre. Here are stars Richard Griffiths, who plays troubled psychiatrist Martin Dysart, and Daniel Radcliffe, who plays his even more troubled patient Alan Strang, taking their curtain call.
At the show's after-party, Radcliffe and Griffiths celebrated with director Thea Sharrock and castmates Carolyn McCormick, who plays Alan's mother Dora, and Anna Camp, who plays Alan's love interest, Jill Mason.
Kate Mulgrew gives an intense performance as magistrate Hesther Saloman.
Lorenzo Pisoni stands out in the dual roles as lead horse Nugget and the mysterious rider who sets Alan on his obsession with horses.
Here's playwright Peter Shaffer, whose other celebrated works include The Royal Hunt of the Sun and Amadeus.
First-nighter Roberta Maxwell played the role of Jill in the show's original 1974 Broadway production.
Tony Award winner Marian Seldes, still going strong, originated the part of Hesther on Broadway.
The opening crowd included Tony nominee Dominic Cooper, who co-starred with Griffiths in The History Boys and is currently on the big screen as Sky in the film version of Mamma Mia!
The fabulous Glenn Close added another award to her shelf last Sunday when she won the Emmy for Best Actress for her work on FX's Damages.
Here's another of our finest actresses, Blair Brown, who's currently starring in the new FOX series Fringe.
Speaking of TV favorites, here's the divine Judith Light, who plays Claire Meade on ABC's popular Ugly Betty.
The always superb Lili Taylor will return to the stage this season in the New Group's staging of Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra.
Oscar nominee Haley Joel Osment will make his Broadway debut next month in the revival of David Mamet's American Buffalo.
Eisa Davis, Chad Goodridge, and Colman Domingo lit up Broadway last season as part of the Tony-winning musical Passing Strange.
Finally, here's producer Jimmy Nederlander and the one-and-only Kathleen Turner.