I first met Tharon Musser in 1975 and not under relaxed circumstances. I had gone to the Shubert Theatre to visit Gary Shevett, the production electrician of A Chorus Line. I had heard there was a new LS-8 computer lighting console on the show, and I wanted to have a look. It was not a good day for visiting. The LS-8 had failed completely, with some associated smoke. The design team was assembling to run the show that night on a two-scene preset console, which was the only backup system ...
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