For Tony-winning sound designer Scott Lehrer (South Pacific), the challenge of creating an aural landscape to accompany the seamy, hard-driving world of Lucky Guy was threefold. The show reunites him with director George C. Wolfe, who had worked with him on Angels in America 20 years ago. “George wanted to get the whole black/white element into the show,” Lehrer says. “You see it right away with the graffiti-strewn curtain that signifies New York in the 1980s, and he ...
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