Jerry Seinfeld’s wife Jessica and daughter Sascha enjoy quality time at Broadway play
Jerry Seinfeld’s wife Jessica and daughter Sascha enjoyed some quality time together watching Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick on Broadway.
Jessica, 50, raved about their show, Plaza Suite, in the caption of a sweet mother-daughter selfie she posted to her Instagram account on Tuesday.
‘@plazasuitebway is the best show and a must see. Loved every second. Like everyone else in the audience, given the fervent standing ovation,” she captioned the image.
Only the girls! Jerry Seinfeld’s wife Jessica and daughter Sascha enjoyed some quality time together watching Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in their Broadway show Plaza Suite
In the photo, Jessica leaned toward her daughter, 21, holding a copy of the poster.
In Plaza Suite, a revival of the Neil Simon production, SJP and her husband Matthew play three different couples who stay in the iconic hotel room.
Karen and Sam are a long-married couple whose relationship is about to end early. Muriel and Jesse are former high school sweethearts who seem destined for an extended stay.
“And Norma and Roy are the mother and father of the bride, ready to celebrate their daughter’s wedding – if only they can get her out of the bathroom,” the play said on the show’s website.
Broadway baby! A revival of the Neil Simon production, Plaza Suite stars SJP and her husband Matthew as three different couples staying in the hotel room
Dynamic duo! The couple appeared on stage together during the curtain call opening night in March
The outing comes weeks after Jessica celebrated a major achievement — her graduation from NYU’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Jessica marked the milestone on Instagram last month, where she posted photos of her ceremony and photos of her in her cap and gown.
The media personality also wrote a short message to express her feelings about ending her time in graduate school.
Milestone moment: Jessica, 50, graduated from NYU’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service last month
Couple: The author has shared several photos from her ceremony, but Jerry (seen together in 2019) was not pictured and it is believed he was unable to attend
Happy Mom: Jessica – who shares three kids with Jerry – did post a photo of herself posing with her sons Julian (right), 19, and Shepherd (left), 16, who both joined her
Seinfeld’s first shot showed her wearing her cap and gown as she spent time at her family’s home.
Jerry Seinfeld’s wife also included several selfies she took with her classmates in her photo set.
In particular, the author shared a photo taken with her sons Julian and Shepherd, aged 19 and 16.
Her clip showed her making her way across a stage and was celebrated for her achievement.
Seinfeld previously shared a photo of a sizable balloon arrangement set up in her home for her Instagram story.
The inflatables read “Congratulations” in large silver letters and they took up much of her family’s living space.
The author also added a text image to her image that read, “Jerry and kids went all out.”
To mark the occasion: Seinfeld previously shared a photo of a sizable balloon arrangement set up in her home for her Instagram story
Speaking Up: Seinfeld began her statement by saying she was grateful for the connections she made during her time at NYU
Seinfeld began her statement by saying she was grateful for the contacts she had made during her time at NYU.
“I’ve learned in the past two years with the best people who work in the public service,” she said.
The media personality appeared to reference the tragic events in Texas and said she and her classmates would likely make a difference in the world.
High praise: The author wrote that she had “learned in the past two years with the best people working in the public service”
Timely Note: The media personality appeared to reference the tragic events in Texas, saying she and her classmates would likely make a difference in the world
“So, on one of the darkest days in our country’s history, I have hopes that this group will help carry us, lift us up and take us to a better place,” she wrote.
Seinfeld concluded her post by writing that she was glad she had spent time studying at graduate school.
“I’ve made lifelong friends and I couldn’t be more proud to be part of this truly remarkable cohort and the Wagner family,” she noted.
Fond memories: Seinfeld closed her post by writing that she was glad she spent time studying in graduate school