NEW YORK - Natasha Richardson continues to be mourned, with Broadway theaters dimming their lights in her honor and colleagues paying tribute to the Tony-winning actress.
Lights were dimmed for one minute Thursday night in honor of Richardson, who died Wednesday from bleeding in her skull caused by a fall on a ski slope . Her death has been ruled an accident.
A family spokesman says he has no information about funeral arrangements.
Sam Mendes , who directed the 1998 revival of " Cabaret ," says "it defies belief that this gifted, brave, tenacious, wonderful woman is gone."
Broadway League Executive Director Charlotte St. Martin calls Richardson "one of our finest young actresses."