It's my senior year and I'm stage-managing our musical, Guys&Dolls. Wouldn't be so bad... except our PAC is undergoing rennovations, so we're having to rent out the PAC of another nearby high school. We only loaded in Tuesday, and have the space til Saturday night when our last performance ends. Thus far, not a lot has gone wrong, but practically nothing's gone right either. The scene changes are really complicated and taking a long time (but our grips really are doing their best) as of now, but since we have to be on a bus to leave at 10pm each night, we don't have as much time as we'd like to rehearse them. I haven't even heard the sound cues used at their appropriate times, it's taken us two days to get through a simple run through of the entire play (and we still didn't do the last scene), the choir directors are under the impression that all of our stuff should be really simple and easy (um.. we're the ones who have been rehearsing for two days, not two months), and tonight's final dress... and will be the first time I call the cues!! I have never, in my entire high school career, been more concerned about a show. My main concern, really, is the scene changes. If we could practice those and get them all down to 30 seconds, I'd be downright chill. For now, however, my usual optimism has taken a backseat to worry. Of course, seven hours of sleep and schoolwork to do certainly doesn't help.