Broadway dims its lights to honor star of stage and screen Angela Lansbury

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NEW YORK – The lights were dimmed on Broadway Sturday to pay tribute to one of theater’s brightest stars.

Although Angela Lansbury may be best-known for her TV series “Murder She Wrote” she was a legend of the Great White Way.

Lansbury made her broadway debut in 1957 and won five Tony Awards, most recently for “Blithe Spirit” in 2009.

She won the 2022 special award for lifetime achievement.

The theater district dimmed its lights at exactly 7:45 p.m. for one full minute to honor her incredible stage career.


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