Broadway is honoring 91-year-old acting legend James Earl Jones. On September 12th, the Cort Theatre will be officially renamed The James Earl Jones Theatre. It comes after a 47-million-dollar restoration and expansion of the building. There will be a formal dedication ceremony, including the unveiling of the new marquee. Jones has been in 21 Broadway plays, winning Tony Awards for “The Great White Hope” (1969) and “Fences” (1987), as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017. The icon’s last appearance on Broadway was in “The Gin Game,” which closed in 2016.