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Meryl Streep Just Donated $1M To New York’s Public Theater

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 Meryl Streep Just Donated $1M To New Yorks Public Theater

Meryl Streep has donated $1 million to New York’s Public Theater in honor of a theater’s owner Joe Papp and author Nora Ephron, a museum announced Thursday.

“I give this present in honor of a owner of The Public Theater, my crony and coach Joseph Papp, and in observance of one of a theater’s Board members and biggest supporters, my crony Nora Ephron,” the three-time Oscar-winning singer pronounced in a statement.

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Her proclamation came Thursday night during a accepting during a Public, imprinting a execution of a $40 million restoration of a space during Astor Place.

Streep began her attribute with a Public in 1975, creation her Broadway entrance in a theater’s prolongation of “Trelawny of a Wells.” The Yale-trained singer has given seemed in countless Public Theater and Shakespeare in a Park productions, including “Mother Courage and Her Children,” “The Seagull,” “Measure for Measure,” “The Cherry Orchard” and “Henry V.”

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Streep worked with her crony Ephron — who died in Jun — in such films as 1983’s “Silkwood,” 1986’s “Heartburn” and Ephron’s final film, “Julie and Julia.”

She is set to seem subsequent in a film chronicle of Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play “August: Osage County.”

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