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Joan Rivers will be honored by Broadway theaters after all
Joan Rivers will be honored by Broadway theaters after all

Joan Rivers is still causing trouble -- this time on Broadway. The late comedian, who died Thursday at 81, has become in recent days the subject of discussion among New York theater leaders over whether Broadway houses should dim their lights, a tradition reserved for prominent members of the theater community. Rivers was an avid theater fan and even received a Tony Award nomination in 1994 for the play "Sally Marr ... and Her Escorts." The native New Yorker was also a theater columnist for the Beverly Hills Courier, writing about New York stage productions with her signature biting wit. But the Broadway League, the nonprofit trade association, decided on Monday that Rivers...

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