Broadway Icon Robert "Bob" LuPone passed on after years of battling pancreatic cancer.
The actor died at the age of 76.
LuPone co-founded the Manhattan Class Company, popularly known as MCC Theater.
The theatre house shared a statement announcing his death.
"The MCC Theater community mourns the loss of our much loved and uniquely inspiring partner, colleague, and dear friend, Bob LuPone," the statement read.
MCC Theater Co-Founders issued a tribute to LuPone.
"Bob was a force, an advocate, complex in the richest ways, overflowing with a youthful enthusiasm," they penned in a letter.
LuPone starred in several Broadway productions, including Minnie's Boys," "The Rothschilds," "The Magic Show," and "A View from the Bridge."
The actor also had several cameos on the small screen, including "The Affair," "Billions," "The Sopranos," and "Odd Mom Out."