I started as assistant to Miss Musser (which is what my billing was for the years I worked for her) at the American Shakespeare Festival at Stratford Connecticut. I had not gone to college since those pesky SAT scores were not good enough, and I had no training in what an assistant was supposed to do. In fact, there were hardly any lighting assistants in 1968. The United Scenic Artists did not recognize assistants and had just recognized lighting designers a few years earlier. I arrived at ...
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