On Sunday night, I saw The History Boys on Broadway. It won this year's Tony® Award for Best Play, and if you are in NYC anytime before October 1, do yourself a favor and go.
The performance I saw was a special one, benefiting The Actor's Fund. Normally Broadway theaters are dark on Sunday nights ... but the cast donated its performance and all proceeds went to the Fund.
I mention this because Sunday was also the Emmy® Awards, held in hot and sunny Los Angeles. As such, one might guess there'd be few stars around to attend a show here on little old Broadway. But that would be a wrong guess. Stars of stage and screen were indeed in the house. Vanessa Redgrave sat a couple rows behind me, and Bebe Neuwirth was gabbing in front of the theater after the final curtain fell.
So take your pick. New York at a Broadway show with Vanessa, Bebe and me. Or LA at the Emmys with Dick Clark, Barry Manilow and my fabulous sister Sibyl. Tough call.