Amanda Bynes reunited with one of the "Hairspray" film's producers on Tuesday.
Bynes played Penny Lou Pingleton in the 2007 big-screen adaptation of "Hairspray." She posted a photo of herself with Meron on Twitter.
"Me and the incomparable producer of Hairspray, as well as many other amazing things, @neilmeron," the star wrote.
Meron, who is also known for "Chicago," "Smash" and "Jesus Christ Superstar Live," shared the same picture on his own account.
Bynes said in an interview with Hollyscoop in June 2017 that she's three years sober and ready to step back into the spotlight.
"I'm doing great, thank you. Really great," the actress said.
Bynes had previously kept a low profile following her highly-publicized breakdown in 2014.
The actress came to fame on the Nickelodeon shows "All That" and "The Amanda Show," and later starred in "What a Girl Wants" and "Easy A."