I never hid my suspicion of video used in a theatrical setting. My earliest objection was artistic — human beings can rarely compete with moving pictures onstage, any more than you can look away from the television image you see while walking past the appliance store. Later, my objection was technical: the scan lines of analog video were always moving, even if the image was, in theory, still; the constant refreshing of the picture was apparent and itchy if not downright distracting. And we ...

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