I felt like the students work too hard to not have the resources they need to excel on stage. - Ian MacIntyre
Durham, NC (PRWEB) January 12, 2015
Ian MacIntyre, a student at Cresset Christian Academy has created a project to upgrade the theatrical lighting system at his school. The new lighting system will be debuted at the spring performance of Mary Poppins in May of 2015. Ian is an Eagle Scout candidate who will be working collaboratively with other members of Boy Scout troop 39 as well as students in the theater department at the school to complete the installation. Ian is currently seeking sponsors and donors to make this project a reality.
Ian MacIntyre said "The idea first came to mind when I was watching the spring play in 2014 and there was a lighting failure while they were performing. I felt like the students work too hard to not have the resources they need to excel on stage. This upgrade will allow dynamic, dramatic lighting with the limited power that is available in the performance space".
The award winning theater department under Frank Zedick, Theater Production Director and Stephanie Smith, Theater Education Director, has won numerous awards including most recently one from the North Carolina Theater Conference during the 2013/2014 school year. This lighting project is a green power project. The amount of electricity consumed by the new lighting fixtures will be about one-tenth of the power used before. Completing this project will truly help the school and its students serve their community.
For more information on how you can help support the arts at Cresset Christian Academy with your donation, please contact Ian MacIntyre at ianlighting(at)gmail(dot)com or go to http://www.cressetchristian.org There is also a goFundMe site at http://www.gofundme.com/joaq34
Cresset Christian Academy is a private christian school for Prekindergarten through Twelfth Grade located in Durham, North Carolina serving Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh and surrounding communities. Cresset takes very seriously its role in training students with a distinctly Christian approach. From Prekindergarten through Twelfth Grade, it integrates Christian values into the entire curriculum. Their desire is to instill Biblical Truth into the lives of the students and to help them discover their God-given attributes that will guide them towards His path for their future.