On Sunday night, the Roundabout Theatre opened its new production of Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler at the American Airlines Theatre, with Tony Award winner Mary-Louise Parker in the title role.
Here are Parker’s leading men, Paul Sparks, Peter Stormare, and Michael Cerveris, along with playwright Christopher Shinn, who provided the new translation.
Here’s the fabulous Liza Minnelli, who will release her new CD Liza’s at the Palace
on February 3, which will be celebrated that night with a signing at Barnes & Noble Lincoln Triangle.
Emmy Award winner Richard Thomas, who appeared in the national tour of the Roundabout’s Twelve Angry Men, was a welcome first-nighter.
The sublime Tovah Feldshuh will return to Broadway in March in the play Irena’s Vow.
Amy Irving is part of the cast of the new film Adam, which just won the Alfred P. Sloan Award at the Sundance Film Festival.
Kieran Campion and Lily Rabe co-star in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s critically acclaimed revival of Richard Greenberg’s The American Plan.
Matthew Risch is currently starring in the Roundabout’s revival of Pal Joey at Studio 54.
Mamie Gummer came by on her night off from playing Sonia in CSC’s revival of Uncle Vanya.
Emily Bergl can currently be found on stage in Second Stage’s hit comedy Becky Shaw.
Here’s Becky Ann Baker, who recently finished her run in the hit Broadway revival of All My Sons.
Jessica Hecht will soon appear on the big screen in Calling It Quits.
Gideon Glick starred in Broadway’s Spring Awakening and the Roundabout’s Speech & Debate.
Finally, here’s the handsome Van Hansis, a favorite of daytime drama viewers for his groundbreaking role as gay teen Luke Snyder on CBS’ As The World Turns.
For TheaterMania’s review of Hedda Gabler, click here.