Types of Stage Lamps:
Other Lighting Aspects:
Lighting effects really give some jazz to any theater show. They can be something simple like gobos or a programmed combination like the flashing background on the right.
To find out about gobos, go here.
The lighting effect shown on the right is a programmed series of steps. Each step contains specific channels. The effect is also programmed to go in a certain order (or be random) and change in a certain number of seconds. This effect can be entered onto a submaster or into a cue sheet as a single cue. It can also be mixed with other lights to be part of the total look of the stage.
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|Last updated on May 26, 2005 .|