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Sarah Paulson & Andrew Rannells Support New Theater in NYC

Sarah Paulson & Andrew Rannells Support New Theater in NYC

Sarah Paulson hits the red carpet at the opening night production of the new Off-Broadway play Too Much Sun on Sunday (May 18) at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City.

Also in attendance at the event were The New Normal‘s Andrew Rannells and actress Jennifer Westfeldt.

Last week, Sarah tweeted her praise for the Broadway musical The Bridges of Madison County, which sadly closed over the weekend.

“This album in on repeat. @kelliohara @StevePasquale EVERYONE WHO DOESNT SEE THIS BEFORE SUNDAY IS A DUMMY,” Sarah wrote.

FYI: Jennifer is carrying an Edie Parker clutch.

10+ pictures inside of Sarah Paulson and others at the event…

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