Roger Waters knows big. But even the mastermind behind the grandiose arena spectacle of “The Wall” was challenged by the idea of taking the show from indoor venues seating between 10 and 20,000 fans and stadiums and ballparks seating up to 60,000. Waters’s creative director Sean Evans oversaw the painstaking work to help adapt the show to Fenway Park, where the wall built during the performance is twice as big as the one built during the TD Garden shows in the fall of 2010.
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