Here's the story... Our drama group is producing The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940. As of right now, I have no idea how I'm going to pull off sound. I've got lighting down to a science but sound is another story. I've narrowed it down to two options: One, get 10 wireless lapels and work with that OR two, try and mic the stage with two boundary mics and 2 hanging mics. Mind you, our auditorium is acoustically dead, so it's hard to hear anyone on stage. My only problem is that I kinda want to lean towards the wireless. We used some pretty crappy mics one year for a musical. The ones that actually worked sounded pretty decent with some tweaking on the EQ. However, I can't convince my director to go that route because she believes that the actors will act differently when they hear themselves through the system. Personally, I don't think that's the issue but I'm trying to figure out how to make it so that everyone can hear what's going on. Any ideas, solutions, tricks, tips? ANYTHING. Thanks.