Not sure if this is the best thread for this, but ... I am working on the set design for Annie Get Your Gun. The design puts the orchestra upstage of the main acting areas, where the performers will not have a direct line of sight to the conductor - unless they face upstage most of the time. I have worked in the past with shows where the conductor was put on video camera with a monitor or monitors placed at the lip of the stage or on a (near) balcony face. In anticipation of protests from performers and musicians alike, I want to have as much information about the possible set up as possible for my next production meeting. Has anyone worked out a set up like this recently that didn't require expensive equipment, but could be done with equipment readily available in a high school environment. (And how well did it work?) Any input or suggestions are appreciated.