On Monday night. Carnegie Hall hosted REVIVAL: Broadway's Next Act, a panel discussion for younger music lovers. The evening's participants included Tony Award winners Lin-Manuel Miranda, Duncan Sheik, and Jerry Mitchell, stage and screen favorite Ana Gasteyer (who moderated the panel), and Rent star Anthony Rapp.
Adam Shankman, who directed and choreographed the film version of Hairspray, was another member of the panel.
Broadway stars Jason Tam, Mara Davi, and Annaleigh Ashford attended the event.
Former American Idol contestant Ace Young is now wowing crowds as Kenickie in the Broadway revival of Grease.
The lovely Yaya DaCosta, who stars in the Signature Theatre's production of The First Breeze of Summer, was also on hand for the discussion.
Spring Awakening alum Skylar Astin, who recently appeared in the hit film Hamlet 2, was another celebrity in attendance.
Here's Speed-the-Plow star (and 2008 Emmy Award winner) Jeremy Piven, who taped Late Night With David Letterman on Monday night.
The holidays arrived early in Times Square on Monday as Irving Berlin's White Christmas stars Jeffry Denman, Meredith Patterson, Kerry O'Malley, and Stephen Bogardus decorated a tree at the Marquis Theatre to celebrate the opening of their show's box office.
On Sunday night, the new musical 13 opened at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Out in support of their good friend Jason Robert Brown, the show's composer, were Alan Campbell and his wife Lauren Kennedy, who will star later this season in the new Broadway musical Vanities.
Jennifer Cody -- who will return to Broadway next month in Shrek: The Musical -- and her multi-talented husband Hunter Foster were on hand for the performance.
Here are child stars Peyton and Spencer List, who will co-star in the film Malevolence: Bereavement.
Broadway's Frankie James Grande was there to applaud little sister Ariana, one of the show's many talented stars.
Zoe McLellan, who plays Lisa George on ABC's Dirty Sexy Money, was a welcome addition to the first-night crowd.
Finally, here's the hilarious Mario Cantone, who will play comedy club Caroline's on Broadway next month.