For a long time now, I've been looking unsucessfully for copies of Broadway light plots which I can use to further my lighting education. I actually do gain lots of insight from viewing plots, because it shows what angles, colors, and instruments the designer chose to use for each look on stage. I would most prefer plots from modern shows, because I have seen many broadway shows, and then can go through and recall each look on stage, while seeing what fixtures were used to produce that look. Although the title does say "Broadway" plots, I'd really be fine with any large-scale light plot. I say broadway simply because I would be able to compare the plot with the looks that I saw on the stage, but really any large-scale show would be great. Touring productions, off-broadway shows, or even shows that are done by a local company with a large lighting rig. As an example, I have learned a lot from the light plot included in Shelley's "Practical Guide to Stage Lighting". However, I have no other decent sized plots to compare it to. Can anyone help me out here? Thanks!