Okay, I've posted here before. Sorry for the constant berrage of questions. This is our first musical that my school has ever done, and only a few of our actors have done musicals before. I have never done one before, neither as a sound/light tech nor as a player. Anyway, I realized that we have a serious problem in rehearsals this evening. Our lead male is a base singing songs that are mostly tenor, so he is shy about singing, and always sings very softly. Now, we are going to have 3 phantoms (close range) in the front of the stage and 2 wide range mics in the middle of the stage, but the action also takes place in front of the stage, in the audience. Of course, we can't mic that area, so when our lead male is singing off of the actual stage, no one will be able to hear him. I need to know how I can hide a body mic on him, without it being a give away he's wearing one. He wears just a t-shirt and some torn jeans throughout the show. I've never done any type of body mics before, and I need to know the best place to put one that would be barely noticable but still pick up good audio. He has short hair, so we can't hide it in his hair (read that online that the mic is often placed in the hair of women or in wigs). Also, we have some 'childish' players in the cast and if they found out one person was wearing a body mic, they would whine about not having one and I really don't feel like yelling at them. So, they more hidden this mic is, the better. Any comments or ideas are appreciated. This is a learning experience for me.