The first-ever sound designer in the history of Broadway to win a Tony Award—for Lincoln Center Theatre’s revival of South Pacific—Scott Lehrer made his Broadway debut in 1989 with The Heidi Chronicles. His range of Broadways shows includes the current productions of Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, South Pacific, and the revival of Chicago, as well as Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Life, The Frogs, The Caretaker, Frankie and Johnnie in the Clair de Lune, Thou Shalt Not, The Invention of Love, James Joyce’s The Dead, Ah Wilderness!, Angels In America: Perestroika/The Millennium Approaches, Once On This Island, Prelude To A Kiss, and The Heidi Chronicles.

Session: Scott Lehrer: Acoustical Issues in the Vivian Beaumont

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