The Drama Desk Awards were held May 31 at The Town Hall in New York City. Tony winner Laura Benanti hosted the starry evening that featured an array of Broadway stars.
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The evening's host was confident and chic in her fitted white suit. Laura Benanti is stunning, so those simple accessories were the perfect choice to not distract from that gorgeous face. And a big round of applause for those brilliant tuxedo shoes!
The lovely Kate Baldwin looked exceptional in her Cristina Ottaviano nude dress with white and black lace. A truly beautiful woman inside and out.
Kristin Chenoweth is certainly in the 21st Century with her metallic rose gold dress. A beautiful structured shape with a flirty feel. Kristin always shines on the carpet.
Leanne Cope wore a vibrant strapless dress with a high-low hem in two shades of rich pink. It complemented her skin tone beautifully and provided just enough wow factor to really stand out.
Elizabeth Stanley looked fresh, sporty and fabulous in her white strapless dress. Her hair and makeup was spot on, as were the gold accessories. Bravo, Miss Stanley!
The ever-dapper Max von Essen is consistently a red carpet favorite. He knows how to be classic without being boring. This textured black tuxedo is the perfect example.
No one can deny Renee Elise Goldsberry's beauty, but the Hamilton star also knows how to dress! This white sleeveless number with strategically placed cutouts and impressive beadwork was phenomenal.
Lisa Howard looked wonderful in her blush colored wrap dress. The hint of a flower design was perfect for the season and the sparkle added the right amount of glitz for an awards event. An honorable mention goes to her flawless hair and makeup.
Andy Karl and Orfeh
This Broadway power couple is sexy and rockin'! Andy Karl and Orfeh are not only talented and attractive but stylish, too. Love the combo of classy sophisticated with urban funk. A great pair all around!
I must give it up to Helen Mirren for this elegant ensemble. Black lace used in the wrong way can make someone look older than her years, but not Dame Helen. The open neckline and sheer sleeves added a soft sensuality that worked very well and the large gold necklace was an edgy touch.