||Our team of fully trained electricians ran the lighting for the operetta. The lighting managers job was to make sure all of the lights were set at the set time. The Lighting manager had a headset to tell everyone what to do. They had to put the stage lights on when the had to be on. They had to put the foot lights on when they were supposed to be on. We had Tyler and David doing the spot light and Angelo working the overhead lights. The boys who were to work the footlights couldn't because a professional electrician from an electric company came and said that the didn't meet the new OSHA safety code requirements. The lights were taken down. We are trying to get new lights for our next opera. Tip: Check your local building codes for changes each year.|
|"Well, as an electrician, we had to come up with new lights. We also had to see if the lights work.
Worked the spotlight. That was really hard because it was so heavy and it took two people to work it!" - David
|"I was a electrician. My job was to work the footlights on the right. My job was real fun, and easy. All that I did was turn on the switch up or down."|