Having designed the London revival, UK-based sound designer Mick Potter found that, in New York, “while the physical production is quite similar, director Michael Grandage didn’t want to treat the show as a direct revival of the 2006 production.” In addition, Potter notes that the two productions essentially “have quite a different sound design, because the technology has changed so much over the past six years.” On Broadway, the sound design features more than 200 loudspeakers, partly ...

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