Broadway, New York's theatre district, dimmed its lights last night as a mark of respect to the Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died on Sunday.
Last night all of Broadway went dark, dipping marquee lights in honour of the 46-year-old.
Before Broadway paid tribute to the late actor, who died from an apparent drug overdose, his former theatre company, Labyrinth Theater Company held a candlelit vigil for him.
The Capote actor joined the theatre group in 1995 and directed as well as performed in a number of their productions.
Robert Redford also paid tribute to the actor, who was at the Sundance Film Festival recently to promote his new films God's Pocket and A Most Wanted Man.
Redford said: "For me, he had such a high respect for his craft and for the creative process more broadly.
"He dug so deep into his characters: he brought darkness to light."