I just got brought on to do the sound design of a local high school's production of The Pajama Game. I’m going to be running about 20 RF mics with a Shure ULX radio system and B6 mic elements. They also informed me of an aspect of their set design that has me bothered. Because the theater doesn’t have a "real" orchestra pit and the "pit area" they have is very close to the audience, they have complained that in past shows the orchestra has always created serious balance problems for the first 10 or so rows. Before I was even brought on they decided to fix this problem by moving the orchestra onstage all the way upstage behind a skrim and to let the orchestra be seen in certain scenes. I am starting to think this is going to become a nightmare for me because every time they play a song its going to the bleeding into everyone’s mic all at different times. Is this setup even doable? I had planned to do forehead mounts but that seems out of the question now. I’m thinking the only way to salvage the situation is to ear mount as far down the cheek as possible to give me enough gain to avoid picking up much of the orchestra. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.