Pin-spot



[pin-spot] /ˈpɪnˌspɒt/

verb (used with object), pin-spotted, pin-spotting. Theater.
1.
to illuminate with a .
noun, Theater.
1.
a spotlight that produces a narrow beam of light illuminating a very small part of a stage, used especially to focus attention on a detail.
2.
the beam of light so produced.

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