After the 16 hour days of the last two shows, it's nice to get off first unit and put a rig in.
I'm working on an eight day rig and prelight for a three camera show (featuring some guy I've never heard of).
We're working 10 hour days - it's nice to be home while the sun's still out.
I'm on the "up high" team, which means that I'm spending the entire day up in the 'perms' of the stage, running cable.
One of the fun things about Hollywood Center (where we're rigging) is that they don't have a graffiti eradication policy, so there's some cool stuff written up in the perms - where only grip and electric go.
A lot of it's just names and dates, but there are also editorial comments:
Which can extend into conversations:
And last, but not least, the one that actually made me laugh out loud: