So we rent out our main facility often. On this particular "Rental" I was the sound tech for a dance company. Sounds not exactly my favorite Tech aspect, but hey, Rentals are the only time most of us can get paid to do shows so I didn't complain. Well, being a dance company, they of course want to make sure that everything goes perfect, so there are two main things to note. 1. They're company director was the SM for the show. 2. They checked with me to make sure every song was in the correct order. Everyday, one of their ladies would give me a CD, I'd put it in the CD player and run the first few seconds of each song. She'd check her list and make sure that all of the tracks were in the right order and never ONCE did she say that any one of them was incorrect. Well, we get part way through a show that's going pretty good when I get to look like an idiot thanks to HER mistake. Cue comes for lights and sound to go, so I press play. Well the lights come up and the dancers are just standing around on the stage looking petrified. Then I hear over Com "lights out, that's the wrong song!" So I'm going through the binder their lady gave me asking "is whatever-song the right one". Oh, wait, SM/Director Woman doesn't know the song TITLES!! Just what it's track number is SUPPOSED to be. So I'm frantically trying to check w/her that the next song on my cd is the one she's looking for and she's got ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA! (as it turns out, it was) ... and I'd be ok with that, knowing it was their mistake not mine. I just hate all those eyes I felt that entire time, looking back at House Sound thinking and whispering things like "he doesn't know what he's doing" or "how hard is it to use a cd player?" or "oh don't tell me he's a high school student." I just know they all think I slipped up, but it really wasn't my fault.