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Bell Curve

1
5%

You left a very hot light unattended; it happened to be right up against a curtain and you burned down your community theater. Nice work. And this was going to be such a phenomenal production of Nunsense, too.

2
25%

You make a living designing the lighting for parking lots and public parks. It's a regular paycheck, but it isn't the most fulfilling of jobs. You dream of one day being called upon to light Fenway.

3
50%

You live in New York and hop from gig to gig, doing lighting design for a number of off-Broadway productions. And one off-off-off-off-Broadway production, but you don't like to tell people about that one.

4
75%

You are a well-respected lighting designer in Hollywood, and you are rarely without work. You've worked on some big films, too. Like, ones with alien spaceships. And those aliens like their lights.

5
95%

Oscar, Oscar! You've just brought home your third Technical Achievement Award, this time for your work on a film entitled, Sunrise, Sunset. It featured plenty of both. So the Scientific and Technical Awards aren't televised—ah well. You didn't get into this business because of your looks, anyway.

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