I've been doing tech for my high school for a couple years but this is my first time in lighting design. I'm designing for a show called "The Love of Three Oranges" (yeah, nobody else has heard of it either). Our performing space is pretty small, about a 35'x35' amphitheatre-style classroom. I have bars on three side of the room to hang lights, we have 8 PARs, 4 8" Fresnels, and 4 specials. I'm trying to pick my gel colors right now and i'd like to see what you guys think. The overall look of the show is supposed to be very cartoony. I have to light 3 main areas, the stage, the audience (we're using audience space to perform in this show), and a live band. The stage will be cartoony while the audience should look realistic (lighting-wise). I might (more like probably) be way off on these, but here are the colors i have so far for the design. Stage (Day Wash) = R51 Stage (Night Wash) = R359 Audience (Day Wash) = R60 Audience (Night Wash) = R365 Band = R4760 Spotlights on a giant book which will serve as a backdrop for the action (these will only be up when the washes are down, and the narrarator has frozen action in the scene to speak) = R18 Narrarator Spot = R05 Moon Gobo = R365 Foliage Gobo (forest scenes) = R388 Any criticisms you guys have would be great. I fully expect what i have to be absolutely terrible so feel free to tear it apart. Thanks.