Our PAC which is also used as a classroom/rehearsal hall does not have any work lights except for a few 60watt bulbs hanging from the grid that blew out years ago and nobody can change, or even if they were changed would not provide enough light. This causes the people using the space to turn on all the stage lights to full and run them everyday for about 7 hours and sometimes they forget to turn them off so they run for another 24 hours at full. This goes through lamps really fast. Unfortunately the school district says they don't have enough money to install work lights, yet they spend more money each year on replacing bulbs. I think it is about time to install a makeshift system, I was thinking about hanging regular worklights (like from lowes or walmart) on each electric (we have plenty of unused dimmers) and reprogramming the architectural controls to only turn on house and worklights. Will this work? or is it illegal trough fire code or something? If so, what work lights do I need to get, or try to recommend the district to install(which they won't)?