On Wednesday, April 25, TEC Hall of Fame engineer and Remote Recording Services owner David Hewitt (pictured) and actor-playwright Lynn Manning will host a panel discussion at the Amaryllis Theatre in Philadelphia titled “Techniques and Challenges in Live Recording with Persons with Disabilities.” The event will be produced by Bridge Multimedia and also features Grammy Award winner and inventor of On-Liner Notes, Matt Kaplowitz. The panel will immediately follow the 8 p.m. performance of Manning’s solo autobiographical show, Weights.
Weights is the critically acclaimed story of Manning’s profound metamorphosis from a crime victim who was shot and blinded to an inspirational artist and award-winning playwright. It dramatizes one person’s triumph over extreme adversity through poetry, music and narrative. Hewitt recorded Weights live before a studio audience at Capitol Recording Studios in Los Angeles.
Tickets are priced at $12 for students, $20 for general public and $15 for Recording Academy members.
Tickets and further information are available at www.amaryllistheatre.org as well as the box office. Visit Hewitt at www.remoterecording.com, Manning at www.lynnmanning.com and Bridge Multimedia at www.bridgemultimedia.com.