Yes, TMS is slowly expanding, and doing lights and audio for shows was the logical step after taking up video and audio, and become a complete package of possibilities.
Providing lights and audio to a show isn’t at all easy, as you basically represent another, unseen, person on stage, guiding the improv players into new ideas to play around with, or actors into new sceens. It takes a keen eye and iron-clad concentration make actors and stage performers look good, as well as a very detail oriented eye, and an overall vision from the perspective of both the actors as the audience.
Going from location to location, I have to mostly rely on what a theater has as a setup, which creates of the rare skill of working with many different setups, and so finding the best, and sometimes unusual, options.
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