Wall of Fame

New York’s famous Broadway stars have been honored on our Wall of Fame. These star’s portraits have been unveiled and commemorated for their performances in our famous Times Square restaurant. Alan Cumming Bob Saget Celeste Holm Chaka Khan Cheyenne Jackson Ciara Renee, Kyle Dean Massey, and Andrea Martin Composer Stephen Schwartz Cyndi Lauper Dan Lauria & Judith […]

New York’s famous Broadway stars have been honored on our Wall of Fame.
These star’s portraits have been unveiled and commemorated for their performances in our famous Times Square restaurant.

Alan Cumming
Bob Saget
Celeste Holm
Chaka Khan
Cheyenne Jackson
Ciara Renee, Kyle Dean Massey, and Andrea Martin
Composer Stephen Schwartz
Cyndi Lauper
Dan Lauria & Judith Light
Daniel Radcliffe
Daniel Reichard, Robert Spencer, John Lloyd Young & Christian Hoff
David Hyde Pierce
Harry Connick, Jr.
Jeff Goldblum
Jerry Herman
Keith Carradine
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Once
Orfeh
Richard Thomas
Robert Goulet
Whoopi Goldberg


Alan Cumming

Threepenny Opera takes place in Victorian London. Cumming plays the role of Macheath, the master criminal of London who constantly rebels against authority. When Macheath marries Mr. Peachum’s daughter against his wishes, Peachum attempts to utilize his influence to have Macheath sentenced to death. Cumming won a Tony Award for his performance as the Master Of Ceremonies in Cabaret (1993). Since then he has starred in his critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth (2013), and starred again in the revival of Cabaret (2014).


 Bob Saget

The Drowsy Chaperone is a parody that explores themes of boredom, fiction, and the love of the arts. In this story, a lonely Broadway fan known as The Man in Chair listens to a fictional recording and brings it to life in his living room. The Drowsy Chaperone was nominated for thirteen 2006 Tony Awards, and won five, including Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score. Saget is famous for starring in prime time programing including one of the longest running sitcoms “Full House” and “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” He debuted on Broadway as 
The Man in Chair, and presently continues to make appearances and play roles on prime time.


 Celeste Holm

Holm is a stage, screen, and TV actress with a career that spans over 50
 years. Holm’s stage credits include 27 Broadway plays and include notable plays such as The King and I (1951), Bloomer Girl (1944), and most famously, Oklahoma! Oklahoma is set in 
Oklahoma territory 
in 1906. The story centers on the love life of the cowboy Curly McLain. Ado Annie Carnes, played by Holm, is a gullible and flirtatious young woman who must navigate the reality of marriage and love in the 1900’s. Since originating the role of Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, Holms won an Academy Award for her role in Gentleman’s Agreement (1947). She was also Oscar nominated for roles in Come to the Stable (1949) and All About Eve (1950).


 Chaka Khan

Chaka Khan took over the supporting role of the strong-willed Sofia to Fantasia Barrino’s Celie as her Broadway debut in the 2008 The Color Purple. The musical showcases the life of a battered African-American woman who overcomes adversity and finally finds her own voice through love, friendship and God. In 2006, The Color Purple was nominated 11 times and won a Tony Award. 


 Cheyenne Jackson

Cheyenne Jackson played the role of Sonny Malone in the original musical comedy, Xanadu. Taking place in California during the 1980’s, Xanadu is centered around
a Greek muse sent to Earth. He disguises himself as a human to inspire Jackson’s character after becoming disheartened with his sidewalk mural of the Greek Muses. Opening in 2007, Xanaduwas nominated for four Tony Awards and won the Outer Critics Circle “Outstanding New Broadway Musical” Award in 2008. In addition, in 2008 Jackson was nominated for Drama Desk Award’s “Outstanding Actor in a Musical” Award for his portrayal of Sonny in Xanadu. Jackson’s Broadway journey started just three years earlier when he landed his first Broadway leading role in the musical All Shook Up and was nominated for a Theatre World Award, Drama
 League and Outer Critics Circle Award. Jackson is also known for his role as Woody Mahoney in the revival of Finian’s Rainbow as well as his various movie and tv roles. 


 Ciara Renee, Kyle Dean Massey, and Andrea Martin

Pippin the young prince wants to live an extraordinary life. His quest is marked by themes of war, sacrifice, art, power and freedom. The Broadway revival was nominated for ten 2013 Tony Award categories, and won 4. Andrea Martin was named Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Patina Miller also won an award for Best Actress in a Musical, making her and Ben Vereen the first two actors in Tony Award history to win a Tony for the same role, while being of two different genders.


Composer Stephen Schwartz

World renowned composer Stephen Schwartz is know for his music in theater, film, and television. Some notable Broadway credits include Godspell (1971), Pippin (1972), Working (1977), The Magic Show (1979), and Wicked (2003). In total he has received six Tony Award nominations and has been distinguished with the 2015 Tony Award, Isabelle Stevenson Award
 for his commitment to serving in the arts and encouraging music education. In his later career, Schwartz won two Academy Awards for his collaboration with Alan Menken on the scores for the Disney animated 
film Pocahontas (1995), and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996). He provided songs for DreamWorks’ The Prince of Egypt (1998).


 Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper played Jenny in the 2006 revival of The Threepenny Opera. The musical comedy is set in Victorian London and follows the story of Macheath/ Mackie Messer, played by Alan Cumming, who marries a Polly Peachum against her father’s wishes. Mr. Peachum wants Macheath arrested so Macheath sets off to escape but first visits his ex-lover, Jenny, who has been bribed to turn Macheath in. He is eventually sentenced to a hanging only to receive a pardon from the Queen just moments before his execution. The revival was nominated for three Tony Awards. Originally written in German in 1928, the play was translated into 18 languages and performed over 10,000 times in Europe by 1933. The epic theatre was influenced by jazz and produced two songs, Mack the Knife and Pirate Jenny, that are now jazz standards covered by all the great artists such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Michael Bublé. Cyndi Lauper is a well-known American singer and songwriter with famous hits like “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” and “Time After Time.” After Lauper’s performance in the Threepenny Opera, she composed music for the musical Kinky Boots, which was based off the independent film and won a Tony Award. She has accrued several award nominations with winning a Tony Award and Two Grammys. 


Dan Lauria & Judith Light

Lombardi follows the life of coach Vince Lombardi and journalist Michael McCormick the week the Green Bay Packers fight for the 1965 championship. Lauria is a Brooklyn-born actor known for 
his Broadway roles in A 
Christmas Story, The Musical 
(2010), and Off-Broadway
performances such as The 
Guys (2002) and A Stone 
Carver (2006). Light is a two-
time Tony award winner for 
her performances in Other 
Desert Cities (2011) and The Assembled Parties (2013). 


 Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe played the lead role as Alan Strang
in the 2007 revival of Equus. Strang is a troubled stableboy who has a religious fascination with horses and has left six of them blind. As a psychiatrist examines the boy’s life, he ultimately must deal with his own life issues. The revival was nominated for three Tony Awards. Radcliffe’s decision to perform in Equus was in effort to show his ability to portray contrasting roles so he wouldn’t be type-casted in the future, to his internationally popular role as Harry Potter. Following Equus, Radcliffe also starred in the musical revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and The Cripple of Inishmaan. He recieved a Nommination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor for his portrayal of Guido Contini. 


Daniel Reichard, Robert Spencer, John Lloyd Young & Christian Hoff

The 2005 Broadway Jersey Boys follows the rise and fall of a 1960s rock ‘n’ roll quartet, The Four Seasons, and stars Christian Hoff (as Tommy DeVito), Daniel Reichard (as Bob Gaudio), J. Robert Spencer (as Nick Massi) and John Lloyd Young (as Frankie Valli) as the members of the band. The jukebox styled musical opened in 2005 and by 2006 had won four of the eight Tony Awards it had been nominated for. Of the four wins, one belonged to John Lloyd Young for Best Actor in a Musical and the other to Christian Hoff for Featured Actor in a Musical. 


David Hyde Pierce

David Hyde Pierce played the role of Brother Maynard as well as Sir Robin in the 2005 Spamalot. The musical comedy was adapted from the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail and tells the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table’s (Sir Robin) quest for the Holy Grail. Spamalot ran over 1,500 performances, grossing more than $175 million, and eventually won three Tony
Awards as well as 14 Tony Award Nominations. Pierce went to
on to star in other broadways such as the 2007 musical Curtains,
for which he received a Tony Award for Best Actor. 


 Harry Connick, Jr.