The first computerised memory board on Broadway
100 channels connected to 100 dimmers.
The cost was around $100k (in 1975 dollars).
There were 3 units sold.
The LS-8 that was running A Chorus Line was retired after around 11 years, and was replaced by a Multi-Q. That console was put into the Computer History Museum and is now in San Jose.
A Chorus Line Revisited - Linda Essig (Theatre Design & Technology) (December 1998)