It's been days that died, but honor keeps rolling in for him with the latest one coming from Broadway theaters which will dim their lights to honor the late actor. At 8 P.M. Friday, October 3 all Broadway theaters will remain dark for one minute to give regards to him.
Remembering Newman, who besides his on-screen projects also appeared in five Broadway productions, Charlotte St. Martin, the executive director of the Broadway League, said "For over half a century Paul Newman has graced our stages and inspired our souls with his brilliant talent." Remembering Newman's stage appearances, Charlotte continued, "After beginning his illustrious career on stage, his love for theater continued throughout his life as demonstrated by the Newman family's support of the renowned Westport Country Playhouse. Off-stage, his tireless devotion to philanthropic work has enhanced many lives and worthwhile causes."