We just finished West Side Story. What a run. The students worked very hard and the crews all performed wonderfully. I couldn't be more proud of them. We do have a couple of issues to resolve, though, before our next set of shows. We damaged 4 of our microphone transmitters during our fight and dance scenes. The damage is repairable AND ironic... our 9 year old microphone transmitters that were the cheapest to purchase were fine... our new telex MT500's were the four that took the damage (they came with the new auditorium). We had a heck of a time finding a place on our mains' bodies to hide the mic transmitters. Our Riff did every dance move from a back sommersault to the fish to ballet lifts. We tried our mic belt, but that didn't work. We tried belting it to his thigh, but that didn't work, we tried the small of his back and that didn't work, finally he settled with gaff taping it to his upper right front quadrant to his shorts. Where do you guys hide your mic transmitters? Usually our mic belts work, but with the aggressive dance moves that our choreographer had this show, we were at a loss.