Hi all, TL;DR: When Line-by-line mixing, what is your personal threshold/ratio for rehearsal time to the amount of mic cues you miss? Eviscerate me for being complain-y if you will, but I'm feeling pretty down about this. I'm the house tech, currently the SE for a 2 week run of a community theater musical. I've got 16 ch of wireless, area mics, and a handful of feeds from an orchestra pit. And to boot, I've got a decent installed sound system to work with (CL5!). However (lol) The way this show (and my employer) are organized, a lot of time I would have dedicated to system tuning/cue programming ect got sucked up dealing with their stage rigging/carp needs. I don't think thats an atypical experience... Bottom line--I had 3 nights with mics before we opened. Only one was truly a full run. Now we're into the shows and I'm occasionally dropping mic cues because I simply don't know the show well enough. In my opinion its not my best work... The show isn't suffering much for it and I've not dropped anything super obvious. The clients aren't complaining either... but I'm really feeling beat up about it. What are your rehearsal schedules like for bigger shows where you have to do line by line mixing? How poorly do you feel about missed cues? Thanks all.