See the celebrities onstage, backstage and on the red carpet of the Great White Way, as well as at parties and plays across the country.
Back to Broadway! Miranda surprised the audience at the reopening of Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City.
Andre Braugher, Debra Messing and Enrico Colantoni
The trio posed together at a photocall for the new Broadway play Birthday Candles at the American Airlines Theatre Penthouse Lounge in New York City.
The "Cups" singer worked her magic on Broadway, popping backstage at the Lyric Theatre to meet James Snyder, who plays the titular character in the play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One & Two.
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
Kidman went back to her Moulin Rouge roots! The Big Little Lies star and her hubby posed backstage with the cast of the Broadway verison of her hit 2001 movie, including Danny Burstein, at Hirshfeld Theatre on Aug. 9.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Move over, Lydia Deetz -- Buffy the Vampire Slayer has come to Broadway! Gellar visited Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice) and Sophia Anne Caruso (Lydia) backstage at the Winter Garden Theater, where Beetlejuice is currently raising the dead on the Great White Way.
Sara Bareilles and Vanessa Carlton
Bareilles gave the "A Thousand Miles" singer a huge hug backstage at The Stephen Sondheim Theatre, where Carlton was making her Broadway debut in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.
Neil Patrick Harris
Battle of the 'staches! Jay Armstrong Johnson -- who plays Raoul in the Broadway musical, Phantom of the Opera -- and Harris had a facial hair duel backstage at The Majestic Theatre in NYC.
She's magic! The Spider-Man: Far From Home star worked on her wand skills backstage with James Snyder, who plays the title character in the Broadway play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One & Two.
Nala meets Nala! Queen Bey, who voices Nala in The Lion King remake, met the actress who plays the character on Broadway, Syndee Winters, at WACO Theater Center’s Lion King-themed Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles.
Peter Hermann and Mariska Hargitay
The longtime couple went backstage at Beetlejuice to meet two of the stars of the Broadway show, Alex Brightman and Kerry Butler.
Matt Bomer, Michael Benjamin Washington, Tuc Watkins, Charlie Carver, Zachary Quinto, Brian Hutchison, Jim Parsons and Andrew Rannells
The men of The Boys In The Band celebrated their Best Revival of a Play win at a 2019 DKC/O&M Tony Awards party hosted by Rick Miramontez and John Gore.
She didn't have to say "Beetlejuice" three times to come face to face with the "bio-exorcist"! The star of the original '80s classic met the stars of the Broadway version of Beetlejuice, Sophia Anne Caruso (Lydia Deetz) and Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice), backstage at the Winter Garden Theater.
Miss O had the cast of Tootsie cracking up as she visited the Broadway actors backstage at the Marquis Theater.
Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas
One night before appearing on SNL with older brother Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas and their wives (aka the J-Sisters) took in a performance of Beetlejuice at the Winter Garden Theatre. They even met many of the actors backstage, including Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice) and Rob McClure (Adam).
Sorry, Orlando -- your fiancée's got a new man! Perry jokingly showed off her engagement ring while prom posing with the Shrunken Head Guy from Beetlejuice when she visited the Broadway show at the Winter Garden Theater.
The supermodel proudly posed with two of her children, daughter Alexa Ray Joel and son Jack Paris Brinkley-Cook, at the after-party for Chicago, the Broadway musical she's starring in as Roxie Hart, at The Times Square EDITION.
Keri Russell and Adam Driver
The Burn This co-stars took their opening night curtain call for the new Broadway adaptation of the play at the Hudson Theatre. The pair actually met years ago, when Driver starred alongside Russell's partner, Matthew Rhys, in the 2012 revival of the play Look Back in Anger.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas
The Quantico alum was excited to meet the cast of Pretty Woman: The Musical backstage at NYC's The Nederlander Theater, including Orfeh, who portrays Kit De Luca in the new Broadway adaptation of the beloved Julia Roberts film.
Natasha Lyonne, Danielle Brooks, Dascha Polanco and Adrienne C. Moore
The Orange Is the New Black actresses were as enthusiastic as the Ain't Too Proud cast when they visited the Broadway actors backstage at the Imperial Theatre.
The funny lady celebrated one year of Mean Girls on Broadway with a giant piece of cake as she hung out with the cast backstage at the August Wilson Theatre.
Harry Connick Jr.
The actor-singer was surrounded by the ladies in his life -- daughters Georgia, Sarah and Charlotte and wife Jill -- at opening night of the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Kiss Me Kate.
Quincy Jones and Steve McQueen
Quincy Jones and Steve McQueen on stage during the opening night of a five-day concert series, Soundtrack of America, celebrating the influence and impact of African American music on contemporary culture at New York City's newest arts and cultural event space, The Shed.
Mike Campbell and Mick Fleetwood
Legendary musicians Mike Campbell and Mick Fleetwood pose with Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations actors Jawan M Jackson and Derrick Baskin backstage at The Imperial Theatre after a performance of the hit musical.
Isabelle Huppert and Marisa Tomei
The Frankie co-stars bonded at the opening night after-party for the Atlantic Theater Company production's The Mother at the Dream Downtown in NYC.
Meow! The Isn't It Romantic star made a feline friend from CATS at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
Jack Whitehall and Jimmy Fallon
The British comedian and the late-night talk show host were all smiles after Whitehall's surprise cameo in Broadway's Frozen, posing backstage with Caissie Levy (Elsa) and Patti Murin (Anna). Whitehall has spoken many times about the one line he recorded for the original movie that got cut, so it was a dream when he got to say it live on stage, thanks to Fallon pulling a few strings.
Kylie Minogue and Dolly Parton
The Australian singer was all smiles as she posed with the country icon while visiting the cast of the English production of 9 to 5: The Musical in London.
The '80s music icon went backstage to meet cast members of The Cher Show, including Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks, Micaela Diamond and Jarrod Spector, at the Neil Simon Theatre.
The New Kids on the Block crooner took his first curtain call as Dr. Pomatter in the Broadway musical, Waitress.
Biel and husband Justin Timberlake (not pictured) stopped backstage to meet Celia Keenan-Bolger and the rest of the cast of To Kill a Mockingbird at the Shubert Theatre in NYC.
Jonathan Bennett and Lea Thompson
The actors snapped a selfie at the Los Angeles premiere of the musical Hello, Dolly! at the Pantages Theatre.
Puppet, please! Howie Dorough, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson got animated while visiting the cast and crew of Avenue Q at the New World Stages in NYC.
Maya and Ethan Hawke
Daddy-daughter date night! The actor's 20-year-old daughter helped her dad celebrate the opening night of his new Broadway play, True West, at an after-party at Brasserie 8 1/2 in NYC.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
The actors took their kids, son Dylan and daughter Carys, backstage to meet castmembers of The Prom during their Broadway family night out.
Erich Bergen and Telly Leung
The Madam Secretary star and the Glee alum hugged it out at the iHeartRadio Broadway launch celebration at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square.
Whoopi Goldberg and Jeff Daniels
The View co-host met Daniels backstage at the Shubert Theatre in NYC, where the actor is playing Atticus Finch in the Broadway revival of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Talk about meta! Bono met Stephanie J. Block, who plays one iteration of his mother in The Cher Show, backstage at the Broadway production.
Cory Booker and Rosario Dawson
The actress and the New Jersey senator sparked dating rumors while attending a performance of the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen at The Music Box Theatre in January 2019.
Cher, meet Cher! Alicia Silverstone, who portrayed Cher Horowitz in the '90s megahit film, Clueless, met Dove Cameron backstage at the Pershing Square Signature Center in NYC, where she's playing the same character in the new Broadway musical based on the 1995 movie.
The actress -- who recently dyed her hair red for her role on the upcoming show, Modern Love -- looked uber chic during opening night of To Kill a Mockingbird at NYC's Shubert Theatre.
Cynthia Nixon and Rosie O'Donnell
The actresses went backstage to meet The Prom stars Isabelle McCalla and Caitlin Kinnunen at NYC's Longacre Theatre.
The music icon surprised the audience and the cast during the curtain call on opening night of the Broadway musical about her life, appropriately titled The Cher Show, singing with Stephanie J. Block, who plays her in the show.
Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton
The former First Lady has been a mainstay on the theater scene since 2017, and she's often accompanied by her famous family members, including this backstage visit to Torch Song with her husband and their daughter.
Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn
Following opening night of her new Broadway play, American Son, Washington goofed around with her Scandal co-star at the after-party, held at the Brasserie 8 1/2 French Restaurant in New York City on Nov. 4.
Instinct star Alan Cumming attends the cocktail party for the Dramatists Guild Foundation 2018 at the Manhattan Center Ballroom on Nov. 12, 2018 in New York City. The DGF supports the future of American theater by nurturing and fueling the writers who create it.
Star of Broadway's Head Over Heels and former RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Peppermint attends the cocktail party for the Dramatists Guild Foundation 2018 at the Manhattan Center Ballroom on Nov. 12, 2018 in New York City.
Marissa Jaret Winokur
The Hairspray star was spot-on as fan favorite Barb in the hilarious Unauthorized Musical Parody of Stranger Things, playing at Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles through Dec. 2. "Everyone here sings better than you've ever heard on Broadway. [These people are so amazing and they sing their faces off, and they're just here to have fun and there's no judgment, and that's why I love that space so much. It's just fun," Winokur told ET before the live show on Nov. 3.
The 45-year-old actress admitted that when she heard the Stranger Things parody was happening, she knew she had to be a part of it to play "the best character ever." "She's so iconically weird. She's literally the opposite of me," Winokur said of Barb, though she admits that she's "old school" and loved Winona Rider in the series. "First of all, the wig was awesome and the costume. I even wear the big blue jacket that's too tight and big and it's ridiculous and I'm dying down there in the space because it's so hot. It's so fun."
As for her co-stars, they're pretty happy to have the New York native return to the Rockwell. Garrett Clayton, who plays Steve and Justin in UMPO and worked with Winokur in Hairspray Live! told ET, "She's super professional, shows up and has a great sense of humor. She's such a light and hilarious and has a huge heart. I could go on about how much I love her."
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas
Make it a date night! The engaged couple headed into the August Wilson Theatre to check out Mean Girls on Broadway.
The American Idol judge donned a glittery, patriotic dress for the Los Angeles opening night performance of Dear Evan Hansen at the Ahmanson Theatre.
Michael Cera and Lucas Hedges
The actors took a bow during the curtain call on opening night of their Broadway play, The Waverly Gallery.
Comedian John Mulaney performs during The 24 Hour Musicals in support of the Lilly Awards at American Airlines Theatre in New York City.
Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson
The Suicide Squad star and the Pretty Little Liars actress were all smiles posing with the cast of Magic Mike Live during a private meet-and-greet following a performance of the show at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, on Oct. 19.
The country queen enjoyed a whole new world when she visited the cast of Disney's Aladdin on Broadway -- including Major Attaway, Arielle Jacobs and Telly Leung -- backstage on Sept. 11.
Patti Smith closes out the final night of the three-day Off Broadway performance of Patti Smith: Words and Music at The Minetta Lane, where stories from her life were interwoven with hit songs in an original production by Audible.
Bette Midler, Hillary Clinton, David Hyde Pierce and the Hello, Dolly! cast pose backstage at The Shubert Theatre.
Olympian and DWTS winner Laurie Hernandez visited Frozen on Broadway and snapped a photo after the show with stars Caissie Levy (Elsa) and Patti Murin (Anna).
Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf
2018 Tony Award winners Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf at the Carlyle Hotel where Broadway's biggest names gathered for DKC/O&M's 10th annual after party.
Zachary Quinto, Busy Philipps and Andrew Rannells
Philipps stopped backstage to say hello to The Boys in The Band co-stars at Broadway's Booth Theatre.
Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane
No big deal -- just two award winners, right here! Garfield, who took home Best Actor in a Play, and Lane, who scored Best Supporting Actor, looked gleeful at the 2018 Outer Critics Circle Awards at Sardi's in New York City.
Tom Sturridge, Sienna Miller and Mark Ruffalo
Former partners Sturridge and Miller snapped a pic with Ruffalo at the opening night after-party for the New Group Theater's new play, Peace for Mary Frances, at New York City's Yotel Social Drink & Food Club Terrace.
David Cook and Carrie Underwood
Underwood truly supported her fellow American Idol alum when she visited him backstage at Kinky Boots on Broadway.
Andrew Lloyd Webber
The famed composer met the young cast members of School of Rock in front of the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood -- where Webber's Hollywood Walk of Fame star also happens to be!
The football legend brought his son, Marshall, to a performance of Disney's Aladdin at the Buell Theatre in Denver, Colorado.
The View co-host proudly displayed her Gryffindor loyalty when she attended the Broadway opening day performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two in her best wizard wear.
Uma Thurman and Hugh Jackman
The duo posed together at an after-party for the opening night of My Fair Lady at the Lincoln Center Theatre.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
The cute couple matched in multiple shades of blue at the opening night after-party for Irish Rep's production of The Seafarer at the Crompton Ale House in New York City.
The "Ironic" singer and her new short 'do posed backstage at the Broadway musical hit Dear Evan Hansen at the Music Box Theatre in New York City.
Gwyneth Paltrow and The Go-Go's
The engaged actress posed with the original members of The Go-Go's, Jane Wiedlin, Charlotte Caffey and Kathy Valentine, on the red carpet for the pre-Broadway opening engagement of Head Over Hills at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco.
The music icon hugged it out with Adrienne Warren, who plays her in the London production of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. The two bonded backstage during the press night performance of the new show at the Aldwych Theatre.
Bryan Cranston and Michael Sheen
The acclaimed thespians were dressed to the nines on the red carpet ahead of the Olivier Awards (England's equivalent to the Tony Awards) at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The former Breaking Bad star took home the award for Best Actor for his starring role in the National Theatre's production of Network.
The Dawson's Creek alum proudly gave his co-star, Lauren Ridloff, props during the curtain call for their Broadway opening night performance of Children of a Lesser God.
The Scorpion star was gifted flowers onstage following her Broadway debut in Waitress.
Lupita Nyong'o and Angela Bassett
The beauties had a laugh backstage at the new Broadway revival of Children of a Lesser God at Studio 54 Theatre.
Chris Evans and Aubrey Plaza
Plaza supported her Play It Cool co-star on the opening night of his new Broadway play, Lobby Hero, happily posing with him at the after-party at New York City's Bryant Park Grill.
Justice struck a pose with Kinky Boots castmembers Jake Shears, Wayne Brady, Kirstin Maldonado and Caroline Bowman, as well as book writer Harvey Fierstein.
The triple-threat star celebrated her opening night as the lead of Hello, Dolly! on Broadway at Sardis in New York City on Feb. 22. “I am enjoying myself and the audience is enjoying it. It’s just wonderful to be such an iconic wonderfully written role," she told ET's Broadway features contributor Leigh Scheps. "It’s a thrill and a great production.”
The morning talk show host bonded with Scissor Sisters' Jake Shears -- who was making his Broadway debut -- and J Harrison Ghee backstage at Kinky Boots.
Happy 72nd birthday, Bette! Following the bows after her performance in Hello, Dolly!, the music legend was surprised with a party onstage at Broadway's Shubert Theatre. The audience sang an impromptu rendition of "Happy Birthday," before Midler's co-stars brought out champagne and a birthday cake decorated to look like the album cover of The New Broadway Cast Recording of Hello, Dolly!.
The comedian takes in her first official curtain call following her Broadway debut as Corky in Steve Martin’s new play, Meteor Shower, alongside co-stars Keegan-Michael Key, Laura Benanti and Jeremy Shamos.
Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato
The musical BFFs visited Ben Platt and Michael Park backstage at Dear Evan Hansen.
Andrea Barber, Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin
The Fuller House co-stars spent a girls night out at Dear Evan Hansen.
To the delight of fans and cast alike, Bill Murray attended a performance of the Tony-nominated Groundhog Day, a musical adaptation of the 1993 film he starred in with Andie MacDowell.