For those of you (us) who are interested in how it was done in ye olden days.. Here's a link to a NYC Public Library on-line archive, with a ton of paperwork - plots, hookups, magic sheets, cue sheets, etc... for the following Broadway shows: Hair - 1968 - Jules Fisher, LD A Chorus Line, 1975, Tharon Musser, LD Sunday in the Park with George, 1984, Richard Nelson, LD Fall River Legend, American Ballet Theater 1991, Tom Skelton, original LD Note that in every case, the available documents have a (1) or whatever after the document name, indicating number(s) of documents in that series - such as (2) pages of Magic Sheet, as example. If no number is shown the document is not as yet posted. Theatrical Lighting Database I perused this stuff last night and was very, very late getting to bed, as it is entirely captivating to see (and recall - as my career started in '74) how the process occurred, long before moving lights, computer consoles, and computer generated paperwork. I've seen light plots from some of the 60's generation before, having seen a design that was drawn by Don Holder when he was an assistant. Here's Hair as drawn by Jules Fisher when he was 31. Enjoy, Steve B.