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The marquee lights on Broadway’s theaters will be dimmed for one minute on Saturday to honor the late Angela Lansbury.

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The six-time Tony Award winner, who starred for more than a decade as Jessica Fletcher in the crime drama “Murder, She Wrote” and voiced Mrs. Potts in 1991′s “Beauty and the Beast,” died Tuesday at the age of 96.

The Broadway League’s Committee of Theatre Owners said the lights will be dimmed at 7:45 p.m. EDT, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In addition to her longtime role on television, Lansbury won Tony Awards for her performances in “Mame” (1966), “Dear World” (1969), “Gypsy” (1975), “Sweeney Todd” (1979) and “Blythe Spirit” (2009).

In May 2022, she was presented with a Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Angela Lansbury, star of ‘Murder, She Wrote,’ ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ dies at 96

“Angela Lansbury was without a doubt one of Broadway’s most endearing leading actresses and her influence in the world of musical theatre will forever live on,” Broadway League president Charlotte St. Martin said in a statement. “It is impossible to think of Broadway and not be reminded of Ms. Lansbury and some of her most iconic roles — from “Mame” and “Gypsy” to “Sweeney Todd” — just to name a few.

“We think of her as Broadway royalty and a member of our family, while recognizing that Hollywood thinks of her the same way. We’re just proud she’s ours too! Along with her legendary career and outstanding talent, it will be her grace, charisma, and kindness that we will fondly remember of the great Angela Lansbury.”

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Lansbury made her Broadway debut in the 1957 production, “Hotel Paradise,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Overall, she was nominated for seven Tony Awards.

According to Deadline, theaters on London’s West End dimmed their lights for Lansbury, who was born in the United Kingdom’s capital on Oct. 16, 1925. Lansbury last appeared on the West End in 2014′s “Blithe Spirit” at the Gielgud Theatre, in which she reprised her Tony-winning role as Madame Arcati, Deadline reported.