THEATER DISTRICT -- Theater people support their own.
Some of the greatest draws on Broadway, and People's Sexiest Man Alive, turned up to see Victor Garber's second and final sold out cabaret performance at 54 Below in the Theater District last night.
Bradley Cooper, the aforementioned Sexiest Man and fresh from his turn in "The Elephant Man" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts, joined Broadway veterans Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, David Hyde Pierce, John Benjamin Hickey, Ron Rivkin, Betty Buckley ("Cats"), Sarah Rice ("Sweeney Todd"), Amy Irving and composer John Kander.
Garber is known to most as Jennifer Garner's father on the television show "Alias," but has a long history on Broadway appearing in such shows as "Damn Yankees," "Lend Me a Tenor," "Deathtrap" and "Little Me," earning multiple Tony nominations.
Relatively new cabaret venue 54 Below, located in the lower level of 254 West 54th St. -- the same location as the famed Studio 54 -- has become quite the hang out for off duty theater types.