Despite Tragedy in America, PLASA Carries On It was a very interesting Professional Lighting and Sound Association 2001 show from my perspective. I had not been to a PLASA show for a number of years (since the days in Hammersmith) and I was looking forward to seeing what was new from the manufacturers this year. Needless to say that after I returned from lunch at 2pm on Tuesday, September 11, and heard the first news/rumors of what was happening back home I did not exactly feel that the ...

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