Stage lighting has come a long way in the last 500 years. Shakespeare used candles...and many theatres burned to the ground because of shady stage lighting. Then came gas stage lighting. And more theatres burned to the ground. Finally electric stage lighting came along. Bulbs. Prone to exploding (back in the day). That caused theatres to sink into the swamp, fall over, and burn to the ground.
But finally...the 4th version stayed up. Better bulbs, including the eventual move to LED stage lighting meant no more burning due to hot bulbs, gas, or candles. No...stage lighting was benefitting from the technological revolution.
So today's modern stage lighting keeps your performers cool, cuts your electric bill by as much as 90%, eliminates the need for gels and ladders for changing burned out light bulbs. And you'll need less fixtures because every LED stage light can (if you choose to set up this way) provide any and every color at any time. See? It's all because people tired of stage lighting turning their theatres to ash.
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