Phyllis Newman, who won a Tony Award for Subways Are for Sleeping, has died at 86. Deadline first reported the news.
Her son, Vogue theater critic Adam Green, confirmed his mother’s death Sunday on Twitter. “My sister Amanda Green and I had to say goodbye to our beautiful mother today. I’ll miss her more than I can say,” Green wrote.
My sister @amanda_green and I had to say goodbye to our beautiful mother today. I'll miss her more than I can say. pic.twitter.com/3GRIqBDNzm
— Adam Green...
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