About Town: 'Morning Glory'
It was a cool night in Manhattan for the premiere of Morning Glory at the Ziegfeld. Despite overcast skies, the star-studded cast and crew joined partygoers at the film's official after-party at the Central Park Boathouse.
For producer Sherryl Clark, working on this movie was a childhood dream come true: "I had to pinch myself everyday on set. I would see Diane Keaton sitting there just like Annie Hall, and then there was Harrison Ford, like Hans Solo or Indiana Jones."
While veterans Ford and Keaton held court at their respective tables, Rachel McAdams and J. Elaine Marcos worked the room.
"It was extremely intimidating working with this cast," Broadway regular Marcos said. "It was like a master class in acting; you just have to soak in all that positive energy."