NEW YORK, March 15 (UPI) -- Broadway producer Doris Cole Abrahams, known for her work on "Equus" and "Travesties," has died in New York at the age of 88, her daughter Carole says.
Abrahams worked with Kermit Bloomgarden to bring 1974's "Equus" to the stage, and with David Merrick and Burry Fredrik in 1975's "Travesties," The New York Times noted Sunday. Both earned Tony awards for best play.
Abrahams' Broadway triumphs came after she was an active player in London's West End theater district.
Working with Oscar Lewenstein Productions and her own theater company, Albion Productions, Abrahams mounted plays such as "Billy Liar," "Luther," "Enter a Free Man" and "Wild Oats."
The Times said Abrahams, who died Feb. 17 of congestive heart failure, is survived by her daughters, Carole and Linda, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.