On Thursday night, the Roundabout Theatre Company celebrated its new production of Pal Joey, which features a classic score by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart and a revised book by Richard Greenberg. Here are the show's stars: Martha Plimpton, who plays chorine Gladys Bumps, Matthew Risch who plays hoofer Joey Evans, and Tony Award winner Stockard Channing, who plays the sophisticated Vera Simpson.
The lovely Jenny Fellner plays Joey's naive girlfriend, Linda English.
Broadway veterans Daniel Marcus, Robert Clohessy, and Steven Skybell lead the show's supporting cast.
Rodgers' daughter, composer Mary Rodgers Guettel, was a special guest at the performance.
Here's the fabulous Patricia Clarkson, who triumphed onstage in the original Off-Broadway production of Greenberg's Three Days of Rain.
The wonderful Lily Rabe will return to the Broadway stage next month in Manhattan Theatre Club's revival of Greenberg's The American Plan.
Tony and Emmy Award winner Cynthia Nixon will star next year in the Roundabout's production of Lisa Loomer's Distracted.
The amazing Cherry Jones -- currently playing the President of the United States on Fox's hot series 24 -- caught up with another theater favorite, Margo Martindale.
The great Nathan Lane is currently presenting Mike Birbiglia's acclaimed Off-Broadway solo show Sleepwalk with Me.
Denis O'Hare -- who won the Tony for his work in Greenberg's Take Me Out -- is currently on the big screen in the award-winning Milk and returns to the stage next month in the title role of Classic Stage Company's production of Uncle Vanya.
The hilarious Andrea Martin recently thrilled audiences and critics with her performance as Madame Dilly in City Center Encores! On the Town.
Marc Kudisch, who is set to return to Broadway next year in 9 to 5, shared a moment with Tony winner Randy Graff.
The one-and-only Chita Rivera recently brought her extraordinary cabaret show back to Feinstein's at the Loews Regency.
The sublime Debra Monk may soon come back to the stage in a new play with music about 1950s singing sensation Mrs. Miller.
Finally, here's funny lady Rachel Dratch, who is co-starring in the new musical Minsky's, which debuts next month at Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre.