For Darron West, the initial inspiration for the sound design came, appropriately enough, from the War of the Worlds broadcast of 1938. He and Bogart had worked on a presentation of the radio play at the West Bank Cafe early on in the process of bringing the SITI project to life. "What we were trying to attack in this thing is how to take cinematic ideas and transfer them to the stage," he explains. "And I thought, let's go back and start with the radio play, which was something I knew from ...

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