Edward H. Gottesman

Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland.

A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989.

His parents and three brothers survive.

More Scene

  • TBS 'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee'

    Samantha Bee, Molly Ringwald Discuss #MeToo, Morgan Freeman at 'Full Frontal' FYC

    Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989. His parents and three brothers survive.

  • The Paley Center for Media Presents

    Endemol Shine's Cris Abrego Shares Hope for Bilingual Programming at Paley Center

    Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989. His parents and three brothers survive.

  • 'Adrift' film premiere

    'Adrift' Team Talks Making a 'Female Superhero' on the Open Ocean

    Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989. His parents and three brothers survive.

  • HBO's 'SUCCESSION

    Why Brian Cox Says Wealthy Family Drama 'Succession' Is Both Timeless and Timely

    Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989. His parents and three brothers survive.

  • Gracie Awards

    Rita Moreno Celebrates Female Empowerment at Gracie Awards: 'It's About Damn Time'

    Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989. His parents and three brothers survive.

  • global women's rights awards

    Nina Shaw, Laura Dern Stress Importance of Intersectionality in Time’s Up Movement

    Edward H. Gottesman, 41, an artist and theatrical set designer, died Sept. 28 of AIDS complications at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland. A native of Queens, Gottesman designed the sets for “Quisbies” at D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 1990 and for “Theater Rhinoceros” in S.F. in 1989. His parents and three brothers survive.

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content