Road tours are usually not the place to try something new. Tight budgets, quick load-ins, impatient producers, and the simple wear and tear of life on the road make theatre sound designers more apt to go with the tried and true and less apt to experiment with something they've never used. Such experimentation is usually reserved for regional work, summer stock, or the safety and solitude of one's own studio. But sometimes the road is just the right place, as was the case for associate sound ...

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