Okay, so it's been a while, sorry folks, I've been waist deep in a severe summer season and this is the first time I've been able to come up for air in the past few months. That being said..... I've got to wire dressing room lights on to a moving cart and my power source has to be mobile as well. Of course I can't show the wires because that might risk taking away from the Magic of the theater and as far as I can tell all my floor pockets are too far downstage to be of much use. A drop circut might be possible, but We're moving the carts in front of a white and pal blue background set. Now the fun part. I'm getting a rough estimate of four carts with about twelve 60 watt bulbs a piece on each ( of course i haven't seen the drawings yet, are you kidding?) so I need about a total of 720 watts ( i think) per cart times four. Now there might be two other carts that are added in later but that's all still in the conceptual stage. ( God i love my job.) The cheapest car battery I can find is running me about 20 bucks, and that's only for a 4 volt. A 12 volt gets me up to 40 bucks easy, making my total bill for less than ten minuets worth of effect around $160, its possible but I need better options. Also note this is only one of the six major lighting effects going on, including 8 lights boxes a wall of sconces and a car on stage, so I can only push the batteries so hard. Since this is summer stock we don't really have the budget to make this a show about tractor batteries and car batteries on stage so if there are any cheaper or more efficient ways to do this I'm open to suggestions. Basicly Help!!!!!! Show goes up in two weeks _Goph.