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Tributes to Terrence McNally from Matt Bomer, Cynthia Nixon, Neil Meron, Aaron Tviet, Seth Rudetsky

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The first theater ticket I ever bought with my own money was to see Lips Together, Teeth Apart by Terence McNally. He was a hero to me and countless others, and an icon in the American Theater. He could do anything. If you want to know more about him, watch the documentary Every Act of Life on PBS American Masters. His talent and example will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and loved ones. Thank you Mr. McNally- May you Rest In Peace.

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#RIP brilliant #TerenceMcNally. A true giant of the theatre. His legacy and voice will live on forever.

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So incredibly saddened at the passing of the great Terrence McNally—virtuosic playwright, fearless LGBT activist, and steadfast friend. There will never be another one like him.

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Devastated to hear this. One of the great joys of my professional life was getting to work with Terrence on Catch Me If You Can. I was constantly inspired by his amazing work which included pages of new dialogue on a preview day, flowing as if there was an unending well he was drawing from. One page better than the next. And I was so grateful for his gloriously supportive spirit. And I’m even more grateful to have gotten to know he and his dear husband Tom. We have lost a true legend of the American Theatre. Please watch his Documentary Every Act Of Life Sending condolences and love to his family in this difficult time

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My Broadway debut. THE RITZ by the late, great Terrence McNally. A pioneer. A true man of the theater. All his comedy had pathos. And boy, did he love musicals. He made his mark. And he will be missed.

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  1. March 24th, 2020 at 1:51 pm
    Tommy Marx says:

    Thanks for posting this. When I saw the news earlier, my immediate thought was, “What a huge loss!!” Truly sad news.

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