Long before the just-completed renovation of London's Royal Opera House (ROH) began, David Harvey joined the team of theatre consultants that would decide what lighting equipment would be put into the new building. "It was a somewhat daunting task since the building was changing week by week as the development team and architects were deciding the final layout," he recalls.

From his early days at the ROH in 1988 to where Harvey sits today, which is usually behind a production desk, th

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