Though Roy Christopher has been responsible for the Tony Awards set for the last few years, it's been more than a decade since he designed a play, without a TV camera in sight. That changed last November, when a revival of Moss Hart's Light Up the Sky was produced by the Pasadena Playhouse. The director was David Lee, co-creator of the NBC sitcom Frasier, which is designed every week by Christopher. "I had heard David was going to do the show, and I thought in the back of my mind, 'Gee, ...

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