I am working an a show at a rather different venue than I'm used to,(44' opening, 20' Trim, 25' depth) The lighting is very minimum, F.O.H. Consists of 8 Par 64s, 1st has 8 6" Fresnels, 2nd has 4 6" Fresnels. There is also access to 2 3.5Qs (for specials) and 6 14"scoop lights. The Director is the play is wanting to have color changes between warm and cool, an amber and a blue. However, the lighting can only really be one color to be able to still cover all the area she wants covered in every scene. My idea was to gel all the lights, (pars and fresnels) a neutral color and then spread the scoops out evenly, geling one set blue and one amber, 3 of each color, then using these to switch between cool and warm lighting looks. My question is will this create the effect I am wanting, and is there any neutral color that is leaning toward the warmer side, it seems like all the neutrals are of a lavender or blueish tint.