Jennifer Aniston's Curtain Call
Jennifer Aniston took her curtain call on stage earlier this evening for her Broadway debut in the 10-minute play, Three Girls and Bob. Jen played a single woman who attends an intimacy workshop with two friends (Rosie Perez and Lynn Whitfield) and then tries out its lessons on a hapless man (David Cross).
Jen’s play was part of The 6th Annual “24 Hour Plays” on Broadway to benefit the Working Playground, Inc. at NYC’s American Airlines Theatre. Jen, 37, arrived at 8 AM and rehearsed through the day. Technical rehearsals ran from 5 PM to 7:30 PM. Doors opened at 7:45 PM and the curtain rose at 8 PM. I am oh so curious to hear the reviews…
Co-star Rosie Perez said: “We had a real boost from Jennifer Aniston. She was as sweet as pie. I really appreciated her coming because she raised the profile of tonight’s event and that is going to help so much. She didn’t have to do this. She didn’t have to take time out of her schedule.”
Jen, 37, was accompanied on stage by fellow actors Nia Vardalos, Anna Paquin, Lynn Whitfield, Kieran Culkin, and Erika Christensen (pictured below). More pictures in the gallery!
UPDATE :: The New York Post says: “Jennifer Aniston made a hit debut on Broadway last night.”