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Sara Bareilles & Ben Platt Support Their Friends at 'Alice By Heart' Opening

Sara Bareilles & Ben Platt Support Their Friends at 'Alice By Heart' Opening

Sara Bareilles walks the carpet at the opening night performance of the musical Alice By Heart on Tuesday night (February 26) at the MCC Theater Space in New York City.

The Grammy-nominated singer was there to support her friend Jessie Nelson, who co-wrote the show with Spring Awakening‘s Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik. Sara worked with her on the musical Waitress and there were rumors at one time that she would star in the new Alice in Wonderland-inspired show.

Also in attendance at the event were former high school classmates Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein, who supported their friend Molly Gordon, the show’s Alice.

Broadway star Isaac Powell was there to cheer on boyfriend Wesley Taylor, who stars in the musical.

Sara was joined by boyfriend Joe Tippett and Waitress‘ original star Jessie Mueller.

FYI: Sara is wearing a Madewell dress.

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Credit: Adam Nemser/startraksphoto.com; Photos: INSTARimages.com
Posted to: Beanie Feldstein, Ben Platt, Duncan Sheik, Isaac Powell, Jessie Mueller, Jessie Nelson, Joe Tippett, Sara Bareilles, Steven Sater

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