On Tuesday night, the Roundabout Theatre presented the first Broadway revival of Robert Bolt's award-winning drama A Man For All Seasons, starring three-time Tony Award winner Frank Langella as Sir Thomas More.
Hannah Cabell and Tony winner Mary Ann Plunkett co-star in the production as More's daughter, Margaret, and wife, Lady Alice.
Michael Esper, Jeremy Strong, and Zach Grenier portray Will Roper, Richard Rich, and Thomas Cromwell, respectively.
Patrick Page, who has a memorable scene as King Henry VIII, celebrated at the after-party with wife Paige Davis, who just joined the cast of Broadway's Boeing-Boeing.
Plunkett's talented husband, Jay O. Sanders -- who played Alfred P. Doolittle in the Roundabout's Pygmalion -- was on hand to applaud his wife.
It was a tale of two Barbaras -- Barbara Cook and Barbara Walters -- outside the American Airlines Theatre.
The fabulous Chita Rivera -- who was once scheduled to star opposite Langella in a production of the musical The Visit -- was on hand for the opening.
Cynthia Nixon -- who will star later this season in the Roundabout's Distracted -- was joined by Sex and the City castmate Chris Noth, set to star later this month in the Atlantic Theatre Company's Farragut North.
The always expressive Elaine Stritch was among the excited first-night crowd.
Julie White -- soon to reprise her Tony-winning turn in The Little Dog Laughed in Los Angeles -- was joined by best pal Cady Huffman, who shone in the recent NYMF production of Wood.
Opera diva Jessye Norman lent a little glamour to the evening.
Roundabout alumnae Lily Rabe and mom Jill Clayburgh -- currently starring in ABC's Dirty Sexy Money -- are always welcome guests.
Here's another Roundabout veteran, Margaret Colin, currently keeping busy as Eleanor Waldorf on the hit TV series Gossip Girl.
Kate Jennings Grant, who recently starred in the Roundabout's revival of The Marriage of Bette and Boo, will play Diane Sawyer alongside Langella in the film version of Frost/Nixon.
Finally, on Tuesday morning, the Roundabout held a meet-the-press event for its upcoming revival of the musical Pal Joey, beginning next month at Studio 54. Here are stars Martha Plimpton, who plays Gladys Bumps, Christian Hoff, who plays Joey Evans, and Stockard Channing, who returns to the stage for the first time in over a decade as Vera Simpson.
For TheaterMania's review of A Man For All Seasons, click here.