To prevent future similar events.
“We greatly regret we would be the source of any confusion, and apologize to Ms. Coleman for any embarrassment the incident may have caused her,” the statement read. Hadestown’s ensemble includes musicians of various ethnicities and backgrounds. This story is stunning as it shows us that the Hadestown story is universal and covers all aspects of the human experience, including love, music, family and life.
“If she was able to interpret that it was a tape recorder, then I’m sorry.” Coleman told The Wrap. “I was afraid and frightened and I’m hoping this experience will ensure that there is no need to go through what I went through.” Hadestown opened on Broadway on the 30th of September. Performances will continue at the city’s Imperial Theatre.
In the Hadestown accessibility issue, White maintained her innocence. BroadwayWorld reports that the story has been republished by various other news outlets. It exposed how disabled people struggle experiencing every day. CTV News was told by one of the audience members that the device functioned exactly as a smartphone. The audio engineer from Inside Broadway explained the scientific basis behind these devices to back the claim that it was an audio processing device that was designed for professionals in lighting and not a brand new device recently spotted within the entertainment industry. Anyone can capture the audio they want to share it through the cloud.
If Lillias White were just making a point of introducing the device to her audience, it’s unlikely that she would have made use of this method. Some of the equipment in use at Broadway is designed to function as sound cues, and has its own microphone so audio professionals can be able to monitor the production and detect any sound that’s not synced to their pre-recorded signal. They can also be employed by audio and lighting technicians to monitor the sound of the show. This particular product was among the very first audio processors to be utilized.