I want to preface this post with acknowledgeing that there is a post that may at first seem the same as this that is entitled "rain drops." Heres my question though- In a black box theatre with the audiance in close proximity i want there to be a leak from the cieling. the show takes place in a basement and there is supposed to be a few drops at the beginning and then it is supposed to stop and then a few drops at the end again. This is where this post differs from the other post. If the drops of water are not supposed to fall throughout, then simply using clamps on a tube will not work as being able to stop the water will be impossible. The idea of using a pump connected to tubing would be the next logical step. However, i dont think this would work for a single leak. if there is only one hole then the pressure would be such that you would get a stream out of that hole. We have done showers before, and that works because there are so many holes that it drips out appropriately, but with a single hole that just wont work. It seems that the best solution would be to get an IV drip from a hospital, unfortunantly the hospital isn't so willing to just hand them out to anyone that asks. Any thoughts on the matter?