Winona Ryder, Sienna Miller, and Support Alec Baldwin and the Cast of Broadway's Orphans on Opening Night
Anna Chlumsky, Jane Krakowski, and Dakota Fanning were also on hand for the festivities.
The Broadway production of Lyle Kessler's Orphans opened last night, April 18, at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, with many celebrities on hand to support the show's three actors: Alec Baldwin, Ben Foster, and Tom Sturridge. Following the performance, the stars and their guests headed to an after party event at Espace.
In Orphans, Ben Foster and Tom Sturridge each make their Broadway debut as a pair of orphaned brothers. Living in a decrepit North Philadelphia row house, the pair survives by petty thievery and a diet of tuna fish and daytime television. But when one of the brothers decides to kidnap the notorious Chicago gangster Harold, played by Tony Award nominee Alec Baldwin, he sets in motion events that change the brothers' lives forever. Daniel Sullivan (Glengarry Glen Ross) directs.
The evening's guests included Winona Ryder, Sienna Miller, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jane Krakowski, Dakota Fanning, Anna Chlumsky, Bridget Moynahan, Debbie Harry, Gregory Jbara, Jon Foster, Melissa Errico, Patrick McEnroe, Richard Schiff, Sarah Wayne Callies, and Baldwin's wife, Hilaria Thomas.