Jennifer Lawrence, Dakota Fanning, Rose Byrne and a number of A-list stars put on a glamorous display as they arrived to opening night of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Broadway show, Appropriate, on Monday night.
As they prepared to watch the dark comedy, starring Elle Fanning, Sarah Paulson, Corey Stoll and Natalie Gold, the women were seen posing on the red carpet in their chic looks as they made their way inside of Hayes Theater.
For the occasion, Lawrence, 33, turned heads in an elegant red coat over a black satin dress with a plunging neckline.
She styled her sophisticated, floor-length dress with pointed, black pumps and a simple pair of gold hoop earrings.
Glamorous: She styled her sophisticated, floor-length dress with pointed, black pumps and a simple pair of gold hoop earrings
She opted for an alluring makeup look, consisting of a black liquid eyeliner, blush, bronze for a sun-kissed glow and glossy nude lipstick.
The Oscar winner, who is married to Cooke Maroney, wore her golden blonde mane down over her shoulders as she enjoyed a rare night away from her two-year-old son Cy.
Meanwhile, Dakota, 29, wowed in a black gown, matching coat and high heels as she supported her younger sister, 25, during her Broadway debut.
All eyes were on Byrne, 44, while she walked the red carpet in a sheer, jewel-encrusted top over a black bra and flowing skirt.
The Bridesmaids actress wore her shoulder-length brunette tresses in loose curls and a pair of strappy, open-toed shoes.
Legendary stage, film, and television actress Holland Taylor, who is in a relationship with Paulson, was among the celebrity attendees.
Taylor, 80, wore a patterned scarf, brown jacket and sneakers.
The dark comedy focuses on members of a family who return to their recently deceased patriarch’s home in Arkansas to deal with his estate.
Radiant: She opted for an alluring makeup look, consisting of a black liquid eyeliner, blush, bronze for a sun-kissed glow and glossy nude lipstick
Supporting the arts: The Oscar winner, who is married to Cooke Maroney, wore her golden blonde mane down over her shoulders as she enjoyed a rare night away from her two-year-old son Cy
Gorgeous: Meanwhile, Dakota, 29, wowed in a black gown, matching coat and high heels as she supported her younger sister, 25, during her Broadway debut
Cool girl: All eyes were on Byrne, 44, while she walked the red carpet in a sheer, jewel-encrusted top over a black bra and flowing skirt
Edgy: The Bridesmaids actress wore her shoulder-length brunette tresses in loose curls and a pair of strappy, open-toed shoes
Supportive: Sarah Paulson’s longtime partner, Holland Taylor, was in the star-studded audience to support her favorite actress
Although the siblings have their own reasons for visiting their homestead, the arrival of their estranged brother heralds the beginning of a complete breakdown of their visit.
The rest of the cast includes Alyssa Emily Marvin and Corey Stoll.
Elle will take on the part of River, the fiancée of the youngest sibling.
In late October, Elle told her followers she would be making her ‘Broadway debut in #Appropriate by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.’
‘Previews begin November 29th at the Hayes Theater.’
The young star shared a photo of herself onstage writing, First step on The Hayes,’ on November 2.
Having fun: Lawrence posed for a picture with theatre director and writer, Lila Neugebauer (R), who sported a black suit
Turning heads: Jane Krakowski put on a leggy display in a shiny black look over a pair of semi-sheer tights
Good friends: Carla Gallo and Amanda Peet were also in attendance as they supported their pal, Sarah Paulson
Revealing: Tarra Connor Jones, who made her off-Broadway debut in White Girl In Danger, stunned in a low-cut black jumpsuit
Bold: Actress Samantha Mathis, who served as the Vice President, Actors/Performers of SAG-AFTRA from 2015 to 2019, sported a patterned dress and sparkly silver heels
A blast: Jim Parsons (L) and his partner Todd Spiewak (R) enjoyed a date night
All dressed up: Lauren Patten wore a black and white gingham vest, matching pants and black leather boots
All denim: Miriam Silverman rocked a jean dress and yellow high heels
Camryn Manheim and Marin Hinkle posed for a picture together
Pretty in pink: Emily Bergl oozed sophistication in a hot pink suit
Michael Imperioli wore a black leather jacket, matching trousers and a turtleneck
Actor and film producer Zachary Quinto wore a black long sleeve, patterned pants and black loafers
Appropriate marks Paulson’s return to Broadway in 13 years.
She last appeared on stage in 2010, when she starred in a production of Donald Margulies’ Collected Stories.
Paulson looked stunning on the carpet in an all-black outfit with golden statement necklace.
Appropriate was written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, who will be making his Broadway debut with the project.
The writer’s previous plays, Gloria and Everybody, were both finalists for Pulitzer Prizes.
The play previously debuted off-Broadway in 2014, and it had a limited run in London in 2019.
Paulson looked stunning on the carpet in an all-black outfit with golden statement necklace
Elle and Sarah =laughed while on the carpet together
Sarah took part in the curtain call on opening night of the Broadway play
The cast got their flowers during the curtain call
The cast of Appropriate held hands during the curtain call on opening night in New York City
Paulson, 49, last month paid an emotional tribute to the late Matthew Perry and revealed the star once helped her land a crucial acting role.
The American Horror Story star, who starred alongside Perry in Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip from 2006-2007, revealed the Friends icon, who died in October aged 54, ran lines with her in a parking lot before her final audition for the role of Harriet Hayes.
Appearing on The View, she said: ‘I was at a particular place in my career where I needed that job very desperately and he, because of his friendship with Amanda Peet, who was my best friend at the time, who was also on the show, they had done a movie together called The Whole Nine Yards.
‘So he asked me to meet him in the parking lot for my final audition, and I got in his car and he ran the whole scene with me multiple times so that I could have a leg up on the other performer.
‘And I did get the job! So, I sort of credit him with taking that extra time, and he absolutely did not need to do that.’