Whether you want to use cue lights to signal actors to enter, tell crew members to move scenery, or have the sound engineer play a cue, a little cue light goes a long way. You can even use cue lights as an extra safety feature, telling actors or crew members not to walk on the trap door or moving scenery until it is safe to do so. Our QL2 Cue Lights give stage managers the ability to communicate at the push of a button.
After years of touring to different venues around the world, we kept seeing cue light systems that were either well-engineered into the building or poorly constructed afterthoughts that were not practical, portable, or safe. We wanted a cue light system where cue lights could be put anywhere around the theatre where it would help cue actors or crew members. Cue lights can be placed backstage, behind flats, behind scenery, on escape stairs, in orchestra pits, below trap doors, at the audio mix position, or wherever an actor or crew member may be during a show. We set out to buld a system that could easily be incorporated into theatres either through existing audio infrastructure, new audio cable, or temporary cables. The LogiCue Digital Cue Light System is easy to install because it uses standard microphone cable that many venues already have. The controller can be set up at the stage manager's station temporarily at the tech table. When it is time to move to the booth or backstage, only a single cable needs to be re-routed.