Hey! I'm in the process of planning our annual youth camp. We are stepping it up a notch this year and adding some real stage lighting instead of just the rear house lights turned on/off between the worship set and speaker. We currently have some large and small par cans that were donated. They turn on/off by plugging them in. No other cords required or able to be used with these. So (I'm assuming) a lighting board is not an option. The current plan is to plug them all into 2-3 power strips to control when certain ones are on. Is there a way to control these better? Would really like to be able to fade each individual one as if they were run off an actual lighting board. [Obviously, it's super distracting when the lights just all burst on all at once.] Would also like to not blow any fuses in this place. We'll be in the middle of nowhere running off of camp electricity. Though we have considered bringing a small generator since we doubled the size of our band and might have to run a bunch of cables to a board as well. P.S. Our stage design will also have some lighting involved. Just some cheap Christmas lights stringed up. Any help appreciated! Thanks!