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Miranda Kerr, Ian McKellen, and More Join Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad for a Romantic Opening Night at Broadway's Romeo and Juliet

First-nighters also included Liev Schreiber, Dulé Hill, and Phylicia Rashad, who cheered on her daughter's debut as a leading lady.

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Orlando Bloom is thrilled as he receives a bouquet of flowers during his curtain call.
Orlando Bloom is thrilled as he receives a bouquet of flowers during his curtain call.
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David Leveaux's Broadway revival of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, starring film heartthrob Orlando Bloom and two-time Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad, celebrated its opening night at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Thursday, September 19. The swanky evening, which included a post-performance shindig at the Edison Ballroom, was attended by a host of stage and screen favorites, including Bloom's Lord of the Rings costar Sir Ian McKellen, Bloom's wife, supermodel Miranda Kerr, Rashad's parents, Tony winner Phylicia and sportscaster Ahmad, Tony winners Harvey Fierstein and Liev Schreiber, and more.

TheaterMania was on hand to capture the memories of the event, which you can see in the gallery below.

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Tags: BroadwayConstantine MaroulisHarvey FiersteinPhylicia RashadIan McKellenLiev SchreiberJuliet RylanceMaurice HinesAl RokerChuck CooperJayne HoudyshellCondola RashadRomeo and JulietOrlando BloomCurtain CallChristian CamargoDulé HillCharles Randolph-WrightMiranda KerrRomeo and Juliet openingDeborah RobertsSpencer PlachyDeborah Breevort


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