I am, of course, talking about the 'theater' that I'm in charge of set and tech for. The complex was built some time in the 1950's and it's used as both a gymnasium and auditorium. The stage is 15' deep and 19' 6" wide. Aside from the fact that it's also a gymnasium, it's not a terrible theater, but since it hasn't even been improved at all in the past 50 years, the technology is majorly out of date. There is a strip of border lights hung from the ceiling right behind the curtain and(what we discovered this spring and hadn't been known of for probably about 30 or 40 years and interestingly enough, still had the original working bulbs) two strips of footlights that pop out of the stage. These lighting fixtures are all directly connected to the circuit breaker box. Though we are very low budget and the administration isn't close to helping fund it(actually, they were very close to taking away our beloved stage this year to make room for another classroom), we are looking for a light board and system to light our stage. The board would definately need to be portable, but the dimmers could probably be stored in the room with the circuit breaker. So, does anybody have suggestions for a board and dimmer pack that might work? We don't need a LOT of lights, just enough to light the place decently alongside the border and footlights. If you need any more info about the venue or anything, pleaase ask. Thanks in advance for your replies, the drama club could really use the morale boost of new lighting after our near loss this spring.