In Memoriam: Terry Allen Kramer

Michele Dargan  |  Civic Association  |  May 3, 2019

The Palm Beach Civic Association acknowledges with deep appreciation the exceptional life and service of Civic Association Director Terry Allen Kramer who died on May 2, 2019 in New York City.

A legendary Broadway producer, Mrs. Kramer had an extensive background in finance and theater. As president of Remarkable Partners LP, she had dozens of Broadway producing credits to her name, including Tony Award winners The Goat, or Who is Sylvia (Tony Award 2002) and Movin’ Out (Tony Award 2003), Kinky Boots (Tony Award 2013), and The Humans (Tony Award 2016).

Other Broadway credits include: Good News; I Love My Wife; Sugar Babies; A Meeting by the River; Nick and Nora; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Fiddler on the Roof; Cyrano; Grease; Come Fly Away; Spider-Man: Turn of the Dark; Priscilla Queen of the Desert; Evita; I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers; The Elephant Man and On Your Feet!

Her off-Broadway credits include Beckett/Albee; The Play About the Baby; Gutenberg! The Musical!, and Reefer Madness.

Mrs. Kramer’s major trusteeships and directorships include New York Presbyterian Hospital, Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, Foundation for Italian Art and Culture, and The Broadway League.

A longtime Palm Beach resident, Mrs. Kramer was a great supporter of the Civic Association and a prominent community figure. She loved Palm Beach and enthusiastically supported the association’s efforts to protect and improve the town. We extend our deepest sympathies to her family.

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