You will find a virtual light lab at this link. First, familiarize yourself with the light lab. We will arrange special sessions with Matt Kizer to explore how it works, as well as the general lighting design process. When you are able to operate the lab (it’s pretty easy), we will move on to the cuing problems.
There are eleven cuing problems that go with this lab. Each has a short piece of music that goes with it. You will find the problems and the music here.
Write a sequence of light cues that begins with one look, and changes dramatically to arrive at the second look. The transition time should match the length of the music. Use the music to visualize how the stage should look. You may use multiple cues in each sequence.
Save these cues with a project file name of your choosing. Deliver the cues by the assigned date through email.