The stars came out for Victor Garber's opening night at 54 Below. Garber's "Alias" co-star Jennifer Garner, "American Pie" star Eugene Levy and Tony Award-winners Debra Monk and Susan Stroman were among those who visited with the singing actor backstage following the performance.
The venue billed the concert as follows: "Before Eli Stone, there was Sweeney Todd, before 'Titanic,' there was Lend Me a Tenor, before 'First Wives Club,' there was Assassins, before 'Alias,' there was Arcadia and before "Legally Blonde,' there was Damn Yankees. The New York stage is thrilled to welcome back Victor Garber as he makes his cabaret debut." Here's a look at the guests backstage:
Jennifer Garner, Eugene Levy, Susan Stroman and More Visit Victor Garber at 54 Below
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Gardner McKay, an actor plucked from obscurity to star in TV's "Adventures in Paradise," but who later became distinguished as the author of one of regional theatre's most popular plays, Sea Marks, died in Honolulu Nov. 21 after a battle with prostate cancer.