I've heard of performers being electrocuted by a mic. If someone is
performing on a covered stage when it's raining - not necessarily with
lightning - or any other time for that matter - what should be
checked/in place to make sure there's no danger to the performer(s)?
(Other than not performing) Asked another way, what potentially COULD
create a dangerous situation that some flunkies involved with stage
operations/sound who don't know better might not check or just might
fall between the cracks even with pros?
If someone doesn't like to just assume "it's all taken care of" and
wants to be sure a loved one or friend who's performing is safe, who
should they typically talk to and what questions should they ask and
get clear answers to and/or what should they personally inspect?
Any other stage safety issues that experience has taught you to be
Thanks for all input
- posted 14 years ago