Rochester N.Y- Honoring the memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman here in Rochester and in New York City Wednesday night.
There, crowds gathered for a candlelight vigil at the Labyrinth Theater where Hoffman was a company member and served as the former artistic director.
Broadway dimmed their lights to honor Hoffman as did The Geva Theater here in Rochester.
At The Little Theater in Rochester, a moment of silence to reflect and honor Hoffman’s life. The Little will hold another moment of silence for Hoffman on Friday before each movie.
They are also planning a tribute to Hoffman at the end of the month.