[All photos by JIMI CELESTE for PMc]. The stars really came out for Sienna Miller's Broadway debut last night in Patrick Marber's play, "After Miss Julie". Hugh Dancy, Claire Danes, Anna Wintour, and Rachel McAdams (dressed like a private detective in sunglasses and a trench coat) all attended the after-party at the Paris Theater. So were the notorious New York theater critics kind to Miss Miller, and co-star Jonny Lee Miller? More importantly, did her reviews beat Ex-Jude Law's, who is also on Broadway right now in Hamlet? Click below to see...
Ben Brantley, of the New York Times, says...
"If Julie is written as clashing chords of conflicted impulses, Ms. Miller plays them like a novice at a piano, plunking down each note loudly and individually. She conveys Anger, Self-Abasement, Sorrow and Fear very clearly and, on occasion, convincingly. But the segues among these feelings are never natural, let alone inevitable, so that when events take a turn for the lurid, the audience is laughing when it should be recoiling."
Ouch. Well...hope the party was good?
Anna Wintour Claire Danes, Hugh Dancy
Sienna Miller Jonny Lee Miller
Rachel McAdams Bee Shaffer
Jonny Lee Miller, Sienna MIller, Marin Ireland
Jill Clayburgh Heather Randall
Polly Draper, Michael Wolff Mark Brokaw, Patrick Marber