On Sunday, the Off-Broadway show The Atheist officially opened at the Barrow Street Theatre. Here are star Campbell Scott, playwright Ronan Noone, and director Justin Waldman.
On Tuesday morning, the cast of the upcoming Broadway musical Shrek met the press. Here are Daniel Breaker (Donkey), Brian d'Arcy James (Shrek), Sutton Foster (Princess Fiona), Christopher Sieber (Lord Farquaad), and John Tartaglia (Pinnochio).
Tuesday evening's opening of To Be Or Not to Be, at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, brought out a slew of celebrities, including two-time Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole, who will return to the Great White Way this spring in a revival of Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit.
Here's the busy Christian Hoff -- soon to play the title role in the Roundabout's revival of Pal Joey and guest-starring on the October 16 episode of ABC's Ugly Betty -- with his lovely wife Melissa.
The divine Cady Huffman can be heard on the recently released CD of the York Theatre Company's The Body Beautiful.
Miriam Shor is currently starring on TV's Swingtown.
Here's the one-and-only Ivana Trump, another MTC guest.
On Tuesday evening, Primary Stages presented the New York premiere of Lee Blessing's A Body of Water. Here are the show's talented trio of stars: Michael Cristofer, Christine Lahti, and Laura Odeh.
At the show's after-party at Sarabeth's, producer Jamie deRoy caught up with former Jacques Brel star Gay Marshall, who will be performing at the Metropolitan Room on October 18.
Here are Daniel Jenkins and Robert Stanton, the co-authors and co-stars of Love Child, which is playing at Primary Stages in repertory with A Body of Water.
On Wednesday night, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts hosted a gala reception in conjunction with its exhibition of the photographs of the late Kenn Duncan. Here's the great Broadway singer-dancer Harvey Evans with an image of his younger self.
Kurt Peterson and Victoria Mallory -- who appeared along with Evans in the original production of Stephen Sondheim's Follies -- posed with their Duncan portrait.
The legendary stage and screen star Katherine Helmond, best known for her work on the TV series Soap and Who's the Boss?, was a very special guest.
Finally, here's the fabulous Priscilla Lopez, currently wowing audiences in the Tony-winning musical In the Heights.
For TheaterMania's review of The Athiest, click here.
For TheaterMania's review of To Be or Not to Be, click here.
For TheaterMania's review of A Body of Water, click here.