New York City will be honoring one of Broadway’s most renowned talents, Tommy Tune, in a rather unusual way on November 4. Tune will be designated as a “Living Landmark” by the New York Landmarks Conservancy, an organization that for over 35 years has been working to preserve the great architecture of New York. With the “Living Landmark” honor, the Conservancy has also been acknowledging some of the state’s most distinguished human contributors (past honorees include Lauren Bacall, Harry Belafonte, Whoopi Goldberg, and more). A nine-time Tony Award winner, Tommy Tune is an actor, director, and choreographer whose work includes Broadway musicals such as Nine, My One & Only, Grand Hotel, and The Will Rogers Follies.
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