In 1972, sound design was considered the new kid on the block, with sound designer Abe Jacob literally inventing the design paradigm. As Richard Thomas notes in the USITT monograph, The Designs Of Abe Jacob, “For Abe Jacob, the most significant aspect of his hiring was that he was brought in at the very beginning of the creative process along with the rest of the design team for the first time in his career.” Approaching Pippin as a rock musical turned out not to be the best ...

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