Sherie René Scott, Michael Cerveris, and Norbert Leo Butz (l-r, foreground) teamed up with Greg Naughton and Miriam Shor (not pictured) to perform the Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young song "Judy Blue Eyes" as the finale of Sh-K-Boom Records' holiday concert benefitting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, held at the Village Theater on Monday, December 9.
Also on the Sh-K-Boom bill: Adam Pascal rocked his way through "Bat Out of Hell."
Performers caught backstage before the Sh-K-Boom concert began: Adam Pascal...
...Melissa Errico, who sang a song written by her brother, Mike....
...Norm Lewis (r), who offered a soulful rendition of "O Holy Night," pictured here with pal Michael Cerveris...
...and Mario Cantone (r), the evening's hilarious host, with Jerry Dixon, who sang a song about The Little Match Girl.
At BC/EFA's "Gypsy of the Year" competition at the Palace Theater (December 9 and 10), The Sopranos' Jamie Lynn Sigler -- currently starring as Belle in Broadway's Beauty and the Beast -- bumped and ground her way through a parody of a number from Gypsy.
In a more serious vein, Phyllis Newman (r) joined cast members of Oklahoma! -- including Justin Bohon (l, with microphone) -- for a salute to Newman's late husband, Adolph Green. The sequence turned out to be a highlight of the "Gypsy of the Year" event.
Stars Jonathan Cake and Fiona Shaw at the December 10 opening night party at Sardi's for the Abbey Theatre production of Medea, now playing on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson.
Before the reviews hit (hard): Star Michael Crawford on opening night of Dance of the Vampires.
Looking like he'd just seen a vampire: Calvin Klein at DOTV.
Moment of triumph: Baz Luhrmann during curtain calls on opening night of La Bohème at the Broadway Theatre.
Wei Huang and Alfred Boe, one of three sets of Mimis and Rodolfos in Bohème, at the Hudson Hotel for the show's opening night party.
Another partygoing Rodolfo: Jesús Garcia.
Designing women: Catherine Martin (Boheme's production designer) with Donna Karan.