OK, so I'm playing in the pit for "Gypsy" with a local community theater group. We're only using me, bass trombone, drums, and two keyboards. For those of you that don't know the music, it's really up there. The whole time. I'm taking stuff down an octave when there's singing, etc., to keep it quiet. I'm also using mutes when possible, and there's foam all around me to soak up the sound (it's a small theater). I have a few clams here and there, but nothing glaring. Well, the review comes out today- the only thing negative about the production was "a fairly constant errant trumpet." What does this mean, and what do I do about it? Does it mean that I just stick out cause the orchestration is so bare, I'm too loud, or because I sound bad? I've been getting compliments from the musical director. What else can I do to stay out of the way? Please, I'll take any suggestions or encouragement. This is the first time I've been reviewed, and man it sucks to be me right now.