She wore skin-tight leather pants, a Laverne & Shirley shirt and a blazer as she joined the family of the film’s late director, Garry Marshall, in the VIP seats.
“His family will be attending, and Julia is going to surprise his family and the cast,” a source told RadarOnline.com earlier this week.
The show was made to honor the late director, who died in July of 2016.
“Garry made her a star; without him, there would be no Julia Roberts!” added the source.
Roberts’ career skyrocketed after she starred in the film in 1990.
Since then, she remained close friends with Marshall, and was delighted to support his family during the Broadway remake of his iconic movie.
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