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Beautiful, deep, energetic Tony. He had a knowledge of the stage possessed by very few. His was a singular moment. If you know him, you were lucky. Sympathy to the wonderful Henry.
I have such fond memories of Tony. He saw this young, 20-something aspiring actress and gave me opportunities to play roles I would otherwise have never had. He believed in me more than most. I am forever grateful for his encouragement, direction, talent, and leadership. I truly believe he helped make me the actress I am today, a decade and a half later. Tony was one of the most wonderful people I have had the pleasure of knowing and I am so fortunate to have crossed paths with him. The world is a better place because he graced it with his presence.
Dear Tony, You are sorely missed. Noone will replace the super dynamo you were. Thank you for all you’ve given to the world.
I only worked with Tony one time, but I will never forget the experience. He directed the Classical Theatre Lab’s staged reading of “The Guardsman” by Ferenc Molnár. Staged reading is an understatement! He motivated all of us into a more fully-realized production of the play in a very short period of time. Sometimes, I felt like he had more energy than the rest of us combined and he constantly pushed us to do our best work possible. His legacy will continue to inspire others, including myself. My condolences to his family and all his friends.