While crowds at Utah's Sundance Film Festival were marking the 10th anniversary of the cult comedy hit "Wet Hot American Summer" by, well, watching other movies, the cast found their own way to mark the occasion ... with a massive reunion in San Francisco that included a live stage performance of the script.
Almost the entire original cast of "Wet Hot American Summer," which was a flop when it hit theaters a decade ago but which has since become an underground sensation, got back together one more time to reprise their roles from the original for a special live script reading in front of a delirious San Fran crowd — and thanks to Entertainment Weekly, those of us who couldn't make it in person can at least check out some sweet photos of the once in a lifetime event.
So just who was in attendance at the Marines Memorial Theater? Well, one-time unknowns Amy Poehler and Paull Rudd were joined by Molly Shannon, Michael Showalter, David Wain and Ian Michael Black. And while not everyone could attend -- David Hyde Pierce and Janeane Garofalo were notably absent -- some high profile celebrity fans stepped up to fill in the gaps, including David Cross, Andy Richter, Busy Phillips and Colin Hanks.
Head to Entertainment Weekly to check out the exclusive pics — and wash your winter blues away with a little slice of "Summer" heaven