The Scene: Thursday night's opening of the musical revue "Five Guys Named Moe." The show, based on the music of songwriter Louis Jordan, will run through Sept. 25 at the Doolittle Theatre in Hollywood before going on a North American tour. After the opening, guests gathered in the Blossom Room of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel for a party. Producer/impresario Cameron Mackintosh flew from London for the premiere.
Who Was There: Director/choreographer Charles Augins; cast members Kevyn Brackett, Doug Eskew, Milton Craig Nealy, Jeffrey Polk, Kirk Taylor and Keith Tyrone; guests Jason Alexander, Gordon and Judi Davidson, Ron Glass, Michael Gross, Valerie Harper, David Hasselhoff, Garrett Morris, Alan Parker, Joyce Van Patten, Arnetia Walker and Betty White.
Dress Code: Nothing cohesive. Mackintosh wore a California casual green shirt and slacks. Best-dressed laurels had to go to those guests who came in kente cloth and African-inspired clothes.
Fashion Statement: It was hard to miss "Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff in his bright purple double-breasted suit and black tux shoes.