London, UK (November 8, 2017)—The hit musical Hamilton remains one of the hottest theatrical properties on Broadway, and while it may detail Alexander Hamilton’s life during the Revolutionary War against the U.K., the show will debut in London next month.
For the new production at the Victoria Palace Theater, returning sound designer Nevin Steinberg utilized eight Bag End low profile subwoofers and Infra processors.
The low profile double 12, model D12E-DA, was originally designed for sound consultant Dale Alexander (DA) while he was at Acoustic Dimensions in Dallas, TX. Designed to fit tight locations, the D12E-DA is only 9 inches tall and comes in passive or self powered and self processed versions.
The London production will double as the re-opening of the Victoria Palace Theater, following extensive renovations. Co-producer Cameron Mackintosh, who also owns the theater, noted in a statement, “It has been an extraordinary undertaking, both thrilling and fraught, not only because of the complexity of putting what is practically a brand new building into the shell of a much-loved historical masterpiece, but because it was also the ideal theater for the most eagerly awaited American musical in decades.”