Stage lighting is an important part of the performance space. It is an all-round visual environment lighting design for characters and specific scenes according to the development of the plot. , and intentionally reproduce the design intention to the audience in the form of visual images. The spatial modeling of characters and plots should be considered comprehensively and systematically, strictly follow the rules of modeling, and make good use of modeling methods. These include: 1. Image role and creative description needed to shape the performance scene A) External image description--main light source, ambient light, outline backlight B) Psychological description--dialogue, monologue, memory, hope, fantasy C) Creativity Description--figurative, abstract, realistic, non-realistic 2. The stage space-time environment required to express the plot A) The performance of the space environment-- B) The performance of the time environment-- C) The performance of the season environment-- D) Other environments Performance-- 3. Grasp the stage atmosphere composition relationship required for the plot of the performance A) Brightness relationship--the establishment of brightness/perspective/bright ones take the lead, dark ones retreat/control of chiaroscuro/high-key-emphasize key points/low-key-effect Significant B) Color relationship--reality/decoration/saturation/color temperature/primary color contrast-intercolor contrast C) Time-space relationship-time color change/light area space change/perspective sense/distance sense D) Viewing and performance relationship-emotion Communication/Psychological Resonance E) Formal Relationship--Natural/Exaggerated/Abstract F) Aesthetic Relationship--The Creation of Performances and Wipes; Aesthetic Standards and /Expressive Effects/Quality G) Subjective-Objective Relationship--Conception of Subjective Performance Plots; Objectively reproduce the space composition of the performance lighting H) Primary and secondary relationship - key figures and non-key figures, the effect of people and scenery - bright people and bright scenery; emphasis on key points - weakening non-key points, local fulcrum - overall performance area I) Situational relationship --The same scene can produce light effects of different lights, so that there is emotion in the scene; there is scene in the emotion J) Creation vocabulary relationship -- independent creativity; closely related to the plot; continuous picture lighting composition effect 4. Technical support And the implementation of A) visual characteristics--phototaxis/adaptability/fatigue B) appropriate brightness--the size of the theater and auditorium/appreciation distance/content scene requirements/light projection distance/projection area/power/light efficiency utilization C) Combination of Lighting Fixtures-Utilization of Lamp Performance/Multiple Lamp Arrangement Setting/Sharing of Lamp Combination/Fixed-point Light/Single Lamp Special Lamp/Effect Equipment Application D) Lighting Effect--Projection Angle-Projection Direction/Light Area Combination connection/concealed method of lamps-exposure method E) control and operation-dimming-changing voltage/time and space conversion in line with the plot/changing timing-lines-body shape-melody-sound effects/programming, operation, management.