Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald toast Stephen Sondheim in their robes

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Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald enjoyed a liquid lunch while paying tribute to the legend of the musical theater Stephen Sondheim on Sunday evening.

The famous trio sipped cocktails, whiskey and wine during a performance of the musical company’s Ladies Who Lunch.

Basking in their dresses, they seemed to be living the dream of their forties.

I'm going to drink this! Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald threw a few drinks while paying tribute to Stephen Sondheim on the occasion of his 90th birthday

I’m going to drink this! Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald had a few drinks while paying tribute to Stephen Sondheim on his 90th birthday

The ladies were ready for the words “I’m going to drink this” as they threw away their drinks.

Meryl was even seen slipping tape directly from the bottle.

At the end of their number, the ladies toasted Sondheim, who is known for Broadway favorites like Into The Woods, Sweeney Todd, Follies and more.

People really appreciated the quarantine vibrations of the crooners.

Easy going: the famous trio interpreted Ladies Who Lunch from the musical company while lounging in their dresses. Christine is seen above

Easy going: the famous trio interpreted Ladies Who Lunch from the musical company while lounging in their dresses

Enjoy the moment: Audra looked comfortable as she hummed and drank whiskey

Enjoy the moment: Audra looked comfortable as she hummed and drank whiskey

Cheers! The ladies were not afraid to have a few drinks, Meryl being even seen slipping tape directly from the bottle

Cheers! The ladies weren’t afraid to have a few drinks, Meryl was even seen slipping scotch tape directly from the bottle

Yours! At the end of their number, the ladies toasted to Sondheim, who is known for Broadway favorites like Into The Woods, Sweeney Todd, Follies and more

Yours! At the end of their number, the ladies toasted to Sondheim, who is known for Broadway favorites like Into The Woods, Sweeney Todd, Follies and more

“The four stages of quarantine consumption” “by Dame Meryl Streep”, wrote a Twitter user with photos of the star.

“Meryl Streep, Audra MacDonald and Christine Barnaski singing Sondheim on Zoom in their robes are, and I can’t stress this enough, the ultimate vibe. # sondheim90concert ”, shared another.

Another funny fan wondered about Streep’s interior design, writing: ‘Meryl streep: maybe i should set up a wall of shelving ** for all those damn awards.

“Meryl streep: nvm, it will be for my lonely seagull figurine and nothing else.

Meme time: people had a lot of funny things to say about the video

Meme time: people had a lot of funny things to say about the video

In addition to Meryl and company, there were A-list performances.

Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein joined forces to sing It Takes Two by Into The Woods.

Jake Gyllenhaal surprised many people with a performance of Move On from Sunday In The Park With George. He was accompanied by Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford.

Secret singer: Jake Gyllenhaal surprised many people with a performance of Move On from Sunday In The Park With George. He was accompanied by Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford

Secret singer: Jake Gyllenhaal surprised many people with a performance of Move On from Sunday In The Park With George. He was accompanied by Broadway star Annaleigh Ashford

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Bernadette Peters, Patti LuPone, Mandy Patinkin, Donna Murphy, Kristin Chenoweth, Sutton Foster, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Kelli O’Hara, Aaron Tveit, Maria Friedman, Iain Armitage, Katrina Lenk also sent their love in Sondheim. , Michael Cerveris, Brandon Uranowitz, Stephen Schwartz, Elizabeth Stanley, Chip Zien and Alexander Gemignani, among others.

Take me around the world: a celebration of Sondheim’s 90th anniversary helped raise funds for the organization ASTEP (Artists Striving to End Poverty).

The two and a half hour tribute is available for free streaming through Broadway.com.

Man of the moment: Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration helped raise funds for the organization ASTEP (Artists Striving to End Poverty). The 2.5 hour tribute is available for streaming for free online courtesy of Broadway.com

Man of the Day: Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration helped raise funds for Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP). The two and a half hour tribute is available for streaming for free online courtesy of Broadway.com

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