Mary Poppins: View from the Lighting Console

The stage production of Mary Poppins, adapted from the stories by PL Travers and the Disney film, opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in London in December, after an out-of-town tryout in Bristol where the show was rehearsed. Directed by Richard Eyre and designed by Bob Crowley, the show's lighting was designed by Howard Harrison; I served as the show's lighting programmer.

As with almost every show I've worked on over the last ten years, we chose to use a control system based

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