Lighting designer Abe Feder died on April 24 in Manhattan. He was 87. One of the most distinguished LDs in Broadway history, he was also a major architectural lighting designer. Born in Milwaukee, he enrolled at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh to study architecture but stayed only two years. He worked at Chicago's Goodman Theatre as an LD, then moved to New York, where his first Broadway credit was Trick for Trick in 1932. Among his New York theatre credits were Four Saints in Three ...

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