Good afternoon everybody... I am two weeks out of tech for our show Great Expectations and am starting to get our tech squared away. I have run into a bit of a snag... One of the characters of the book dies in a horrible fire. It turns out... she was the kindling. I have to set the stage before I pose the question... The main character, Pip, is sitting on a bench showing obvious signs of recovering from major burns on his hands and a recent illness. He dozes off and relives a scene where he argues with the lady who supposedly catches on fire, Ms. Havisham. The scene is blocked UL on the bill of our stage. The actress playing Ms. Havisham will be sitting in a recliner with a table beside her and some other nic-nacks. She bumps the lit candle on the table and woosh (if you know the plot of Great Expectations, the dress she is wearing is incredibly old). My question... I would like a special to turn various colors of fire but at the same time achieve the effect of the "rolling" nature of the flame itself. I was thinking about some form of gobo scroller (if there is such an animal) that scrolls a continuous rolling flame in front of our special to give the shadows and depth of actual fire. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated by me and by the dozens of kiddies involved with this production. Thanks! Tenor. The fixtures in my inventory... Strand SL Series, Altman 36Q's, 6" and 8" fresnels, par 56's, 12" scoops, 3-color strips and 3-unit cycs.