It was early September when the Martians came, creeping into the south of England via the Minack Theatre, perched next to the sea in Cornwall. Fortunately the event was a theatrical one: a spectacular stage production of Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds. Lighting for the production was by Trevor Wallace, who turned to White Light for the equipment that could both bring the Martians to life, and survive the rigors of outdoor performances next to the Atlantic Ocean in an English summer! The ...

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