The use of atmospheric effects — fog, haze, smoke, and so on — in the theatre has long been a contentious issue between designers who want the effects, actors, singers, crew, and musicians who don't want to breathe it, and producers who want to keep both sides happy. For over a decade the fog issue has been a thorn in the sides of all involved.There have been tests by manufacturers as well as opposing tests done by the Actors' Equity Association/League of American Theatres and Producers. ...
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