A lot of theatergoers were thinking pink Sunday at the opening night of the Broadway tuner “Legally Blonde.”
Pink shirts, ties, wraps: The fave color of Elle Woods, the musical’s sorority girl-turned-lawyer, was everywhere at the post-show party at Cipriani on 42nd Street.
Rialto regulars Jane Krakowski and Harvey Fierstein were among the revelers, as was “High School Musical” star Corbin Bleu, who attracted a small gaggle of swooning blonde tweens.
Jerry Mitchell — the hard working dancer-turned-choreographer-turned-helmer, for whom “Blonde” marks a directorial preem — was looking forward to his first day off in a while. He said he’d be packing his visiting family members into a car to get them on their way back to Michigan, and then he was going to attend some dancer auditions — but solely to cheer on the auditioners.
“I’m just there to watch,” he said. “It’ll be fabulous.”