LD: Tell us about how you became a lighting designer?JR: I loved the theatre and wanted to be a part of it in any way. I had nobody to counsel me, so the obvious path to begin the journey was to be an actor. I grew up close to Manhattan, so I had access to Broadway as an occasional treat, and when I saw those shows, like the original productions of Fiddler, The Odd Couple, Man Of La Mancha, etc, I was fascinated by the lighting. My high school had a few border lights and Lekos, period, so I ...
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