Bette Midler cuddles up to doppelganger daughter Sophie Von Haselberg as she attends opening night of off-Broadway play
By LISA BOWMAN FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 07:47 EST, 21 October 2014 | UPDATED: 07:50 EST, 21 October 2014
The singer and actress was there to support her daughter, Sophie Von Haselberg, who stars in the off-Broadway play.
Dressed all in black for the occasion, the 68-year-old beamed from ear to ear as she had her photo taken.
It was actress Sophie’s New York theatre debut, so her Grammy Award-winning mum had extra reason to be proud!
The play is set in 1940s Hollywood and charts the birth of the film noir concept.
The comedy portrays the true story of writer-director Billy Wilder and novelist Raymond Chandler as they collaborate for the silver screen, whilst creating a groundbreaking movie classic.
Mad Men actor Vincent Kartheiser plays the role of Wilder, while Broadway star Larry Pine plays Chandler.
The actress posed for pictures with her Wind Beneath My Wings singer mother and the play’s director Garry Marshall, at the after party
The trio looked happy, no doubt relieved that the opening night had gone well.
The Hocus Pocus star wore black jeans with a satin black jacket, whilst her daughter bared her legs in a black tweed skater dress and trendy shoe boots.
The play is running until November 9.