For the past six months, I’ve worked with video designer Peter Flaherty on converting the massively video-heavy show Sondheim on Sondheim from its original format of numerous moving video screens into something that can be produced by regional and smaller theatres. In its Broadway incarnation, the show required an enormous amount of equipment; 54 NEC X462UN television screens, 22 Dataton Watchout computers, an extensive stage automation package, and several miles of cabling. We used 12 ...

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