The style at the opening night of the revival of Fiddler on the Roof on Sunday night was all about simple elegance. The show’s stars and celebrity guests brought their A-game to the Broadway Theatre and to the afterparty at Gothan Hall following the performance. Check out seven of our favorite looks from the evening below, and click here to see our full opening night gallery and tweet @broadway_style to share your favorites!
This Randi Rahm dress looks like it was designed for Moore, and the shade of green could be an homage to her Broadway debut in last season’s Finding Neverland in which she played Peter Pan.
We love how Rappaport’s expertly tailored blue suit contrasts with the red of his classic paisley tie and complementary pocket square.
It’s hard to go wrong with a black suit, but Kantor ups the stakes with the pop of yellow for the pocket square, which matches the detailing of his shirt color (and the show’s step and repeat)!
Socha’s dress offers a simple silhouette, but the beauty is in the details. The pockets, the navy color and the necklace all make this look stand out.
This prima ballerina can’t go wrong on the red carpet, and this jumpsuit is no exception. We love the full leg, the color, and the silhouette. And the necklace and nude pumps dress it up!
Cott is starting to develop a reputation for sartorial excellence, and a well-cut suit in the right color and attention to detail with the pocket square and tie bar is hard to beat.
The full leg pant is very on-trend this season, and the fitted yellow blazer really works with Phillips’s complexion and makes her hair pop.