This Video Of The "Grease: Live" Control Room Will Give You So Much Anxiety

Most stressful job ever.

If you were anything like me while watching Grease: Live, you were probably wondering how the show was able to switch between all those camera angles so flawlessly.

If you were anything like me while watching Grease: Live, you were probably wondering how the show was able to switch between all those camera angles so flawlessly.

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Well, the assistant director of the hit show uploaded a video to her Facebook page of the control room during the broadcast, and by the sound of her rapidly calling out random numbers and words, it seems like it was an insanely STRESSFUL job.

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To put the fast-paced madness more into perspective, a YouTube user synced the live performance of "Greased Lightnin'" with the control room footage into a mesmerizing split-screened video. HERE IT IS, BUT TRY NOT TO HAVE A PANIC ATTACK:

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"Every shot in the show was designed and scripted by our director Alex Rudzinski. My job was to execute that plan. You hear me calling shot numbers and camera moves carefully coordinated with the music."


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