(New York, NY) -- Broadway will go dark for a second time this week in mourning of another fallen star. Marquees will dim their lights Friday evening for one minute in memory of Tony Award winner and Hollywood screen legend Lauren Bacall. Bacall, who died Tuesday at the age of 89, won two Tonys for her work in the productions "Applause" and "Woman Of The Year." In 2009, she was awarded an honorary Oscar for her achievement in film, that includes several memorable movies with her late husband Humphrey Bogart.
Bacall's death came one day after the sudden passing of Oscar winner Robin Williams on Monday. Broadway also dimmed its lights Wednesday night in tribute to Williams.