Kodak Theater Stage Too Small For Oscar Orchestra

The stage of the new Kodak Theater, home of the Oscar Awards, was too small for the orchestra. The band was split in half with part of the orchestra below the stage and another part in the green room, where the musicians watched the show on closed-circuit television and played its parts through little microphones.


The New York Post reported that one orchestra member griped: "There's even an A list and a B list in the orchestra now."

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