The Opera to invade its space for two days this past January, they greenlighted an over-the-top, crass, operatic ode to the king of trash TV that starred Harvey Keitel. Sound Designer Brian Ronan, who has worked on shows as diverse as Curtains, Spring Awakening and 12 Angry Men, got to tackle the two performances of Springer, which was a challenge given that he and Director Jason Moore (Avenue Q) were putting on a modern theatrical production in a space known for more conventional performances without heavy sound reinforcement. Carnegie - yes, we're on a first name basis - has very strict regulations, which dictate how many input channels and output channels can be used.
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