“Anything else? I saw you shaking your head about some of those things.” I asked.
“Caught me red-handed, I guess. As I glanced at your notes, I saw that you had lighting cues and presets. I assume you have your own lighting console to pull that off?”
“No, I don’t.” I admitted.
“So do you know someone with their own and willing to pay them?”
“Okay, I haven’t thought that far ahead. I’m willing to pay them once I research this stuff. I would hate to reinforce a stereotype if I underpaid someone.” I hope she wasn’t playing off something about me.
“Relax, I wasn’t even going there. Look, let’s get some of the props that we know we’ll need.”