In an ideal musical world, one would have access to all of the instruments, instrumentalists, and financial resources needed to fully reproduce a Broadway pit orchestra. However, in this age of expanding technology, live orchestras are replaced with pre-recorded music, synthesizers, and products like Virtual Orchestra. This paper analyzes amateur theaters’ options for recreating a Broadway pit orchestra without resorting to the aforementioned options, provides an application of this analysis, and briefly discusses the debate of Virtual Orchestra versus live musicians.