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The purpose of this Thesis is to provide research, supporting paperwork and production photographs that represent the lighting design for Am I Black Enough, Yet? by Clint Johnson at the University of Maryland, School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies. This thesis contains the following documentation: a lighting design concept statement, research images which inspire the lighting design for the production and visually communicate to the director the ideas of texture, color quality, and angle of light; the scenic ground plan and hanging elevations; all three plates of the light plot communicating to the electricians where to hang each individual lighting unit; the channel hookup which supports the light plot; the cue track used to develop and record the cue structure; a magic sheet used to facilitate the design and cueing process, and production photographs documenting the final design

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