For the first time a Stage Technologies' Illusionist control desk, designed specifically to make automation accessible for plays and small venues, has been used to automate a West End production. The new stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's bestseller And Then There Were None used this new product to provide simple and cost-effective control for the Art Deco sets designed by Mark Thompson. The show opened in the West End's Gielgud Theatre in October 2005 and runs through mid-January. The ...

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