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Lights at Million Dollar Quartet to Dim on Broadway and in Chicago and London in Memory of Producer John Cossette

By New York City
Broadway's Million Dollar Quartet, along with productions of the show playing in Chicago and in London's West End, will dim their lights on April 27 in memory of producer John Cossette who passed away on April 26.

The New York production will dim its lights at 7pm at the Nederlander Theatre, while the one in Chicago, playing at the Apollo Theatre, will dim its lights at 7:30pm and the one in London, playing at the Noel Coward Theatre, will dim its lights at 8pm.

In a statement, Cossette's fellow producers Gigi Pritzker, Ted Rawlins, John Gore, Beth Williams, James L. Nederlander, Joseph Smith, and Michael McCabe stated "It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our dear friend John Cossette. His passion for Million Dollar Quartet was a source of constant joy for everyone involved in the show. We will miss him terribly."

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