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New computer helps performers

Published: Saturday, May 18, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Members of Morrison organizations recently watched David Bean (sitting), Morrison High School music instructor, demonstrate a new light board at the school's auditorium. Pictured are (standing, from left) Nick Bonneur with the Children's Art Preservation Association, Bob Stone with the Morrison Music Theater Association, Anne Frame with the Morrison Education Foundation, Carol Wolf with the preservation association, and Darnell Blacklock with the Morrison Music Boosters. Photo submitted by Bean.

MORRISON – A group of Morrison organizations donated money to help buy a new light board for the Morrison High School auditorium. The new board operates all stage lights for theater and musical productions.

The device can set light intensity, light groups, times for lights to fade, and control light color with the push of a button.

The old light board failed just before the opening of the school’s production of “Anything Goes,” causing the school to rent a board from Peoria for the show.

Contributors were the Children’s Art Preservation Association, Morrison Rotary Club, Morrison Education Foundation, Morrison Music Theater Association, Morrison Music Boosters, and Morrison Community Unit School District 6.

 

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