For your final project, you will create an audio cue list, Sound designs will include a minimum of 5 audio cues with links. As a sound designer, your first priority is to support the action of the play. Secondly, you can help set the mood, era, and style. For this assignment, you are to find five audio bites appropriate for a theatrical production of A Raisin in the Sun. Then, you will create a well-organized sound cue sheet for the sound technician, including live links. Devise a cohesive selection of five or more audio cues or effects appropriate for a play production. Songs or effects should not be from the original production or any movie version. You may include preshow, intermission, or post-show music to establish the mood and style of the play, but you must include at least three sounds that would be played during the actual show. Create a Cue Sheet with five-six columns. Include the title of play and your name at the top. Columns can be labeled Cue #, Pg. #, Cue Line or Action, Description of Sound, and Misc. Details, or Hyperlink. You have a little leeway as to how you label things. Sound cues are usually labeled as letters rather than numbers, so they do not get confused with lighting cues which are numbers. I suggest labelling your sounds with letters A, B, C, etc. Include links or sound bites for each sound.