Nick Cannon's "Wild N Out" on the road tour, a hip-hop improv comedy show, recently stopped at Cleveland's Wolstein Center on November 25, accompanied by six CHAUVET Professional Vesuvio RGBA LED foggers supplied by Audio Spectrum of Boston.
The lightshow was designed by Marc Wasserman of 3 With 1 Grab Productions.
Show director Angel Perez of Fine Quality Events positioned three of the battery-powered, high output foggers across the downstage deck and had three additional units arranged on the floor upstage. Sending colorful plumes of water-based fog high in the air, the Vesuvios immersed the stage in colored clouds at key moments during the show.
“The fog added a great deal of impact,” said Perez. “It also was very useful in helping us mark off one section of the show from another. The color of the fog made it stand out even more and allowed us to coordinate it with the colors from the lights.”
Board operator Andy Peta controlled the Vesuvio units via DMX, coordinating fog output with the lighting throughout the show. The density of the fog produced by the units played off well against the output from the fixtures on stage.