A junior high school near mine is looking to get some hanging mics for their small thrust stage. I, having not worked with hanging mics ever before, do not know how to best meet their needs. The stage is maybe 15 feet diameter in the center. (3/4 modified thrust stage) The procenium is maybe 20'. The seating is raked downward with the stage being the lowest surface. The space seats about 730 (only 12 rows back) Their 3 speakers are in a center cluster in front of the proscenium teaser. There is an upper balcony going all the way around the audience, which is where the tech work. (so the ceiling is abou 25') I have never really heard any of their productions, and it would seem to me that a space this small would not need hanging mics, but I have not heard the little 7th graders try to sing. So, that being said, in your many professional opinions, how many (if any) hanging choir mics would you suggest, and what particular brand/models stand out to you? I have brought up the idea of boundary microphones, but they have audience members' feet apparently in the way. (the stage being lowest point in the theatre) Any suggestions? Thanks.