I spent 3 months in Abu Dhabi on the NYU Abu Dhabi campus workshopping and teching Theater Mitu's Hamlet/UR Hamlet. It was one of the most technically complex pieces I've designed. It was a central cube (seen in the first image) surrounded by a gallery-layout of a dozen small performance spaces. The central playing space, the cube, utilized live mics, as well as audio playback, and live cameras mixed with recorded video played back over 4 screens. All the performers (myself included) were wearing in-ear monitors to hear cues from our stage manager, as well as other actors and sound. In the surrounding gallery spaces, performers would inhabit a series of physical creations around the idea of Hamlet. These often involved technical elements (an example of one installation can be seen in the third photo.) All of the show technology was networked and controlled by a central computer.
I created a lot of soundscapes for both installations and the central playing space. One section of the show started as a single piece (you can listen to it below) but was later split into sections to better fit with the movement of the piece.