I am trying to create a repertory plot for our auditorium for t spring semester because we have multiple graduations, concerts, and little events. I have been told that the warm/cool method can help sculpt the person(s) on stage, which is exactly what I am wanting to do for the majority of events. I have my stage set up into five areas and each area has a front, top and back light. For the most part I think I am good on my grid. I have all warm lights but also have two 36° gelled in R61 for cool lighting and hopefully help with some of the sculpting since they will be at a 45° angle. (If any tips or question for that please ask or tell ). The main problems I am having is on my coves and electrical battens. I have my top lighting gelled in L201 and then I have side lighting for my 3 middle areas (my two outer areas aren't rarely ever used) and those side lights are gelled in R09 and R356. With my side lighting in my coves gelled with R34 and R72. I have also added some more saturated cool/warm side lighting for the full stage. Will these colors work? I have seen most people use a blue/orange while I am using purple/orange and pink/blue Or is my stage just going to look like a giant ugly mess? Any plots or tips will help tremendously! Below I have attached my plots for our Coves/Electrical Battens and Grid.