On Saturday night, Joyce Randolph, best known for playing Thelma "Trixie" Norton on the TV classic "The Honeymooners," added her name and handprints to the celebrity walk of fame outside Theatre 80 at 80 St. Mark’s Place.
Randolph's cement imprimatur joins others such as Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford and Myrna Loy.
EVG contributor Stacie Joy, who took these photos, shared this about the 90-year-old Randolph.
"She was witty, sharp, funny and gracious — and endlessly patient with the media requests."
In addition, Penny Arcade gave a sweet introduction and spoke of how Randolph inspired her and about what an ensemble team could create.
In 2010, The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation recognized Theatre 80 with the Village Award for its place in the history of the community. And maybe you can get a drink at the great bar at Theatre 80 — the William Barnacle Tavern.
I think my heart melted a little.
Nice to know the past hasn't been completely forgotten. Hats off to you Joyce!
Hard to believe she's 90 -- she looks FABULOUS!!
A true Noo Yawka....
Loved her Trixie character, she was always a breath of fresh air on the Honeymooners.
What a treat! Trixie looks amazing and glad to see Penny Arcade, too!
Nice to see she is still hopping. I always liked her better than Alice who was just too darn MEAN man.
"Baby, you're the greatest!"
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