We were on location in Pasadena at what was once a hospital. Thanks to Seth, a new acting friend, below is a photo of The Ancient One trying to look like a doctor on the set during a break in the shooting.
I also met a number of "on-the-set" friends with whom I have worked over the past year or two. For the day, we were a mixture of doctors, nurses, paramedics, policemen, patients, hospital employees, security guards and even a priest (who, alas, was never used due to apparent script changes). There were 40+ of us who arrived for the 8:30 a.m. call and they started releasing people at about noon. At the end of the day (evening), there were just 3 of us left and we were officially wrapped and 9:42 p.m.
Most of my "work" for the day involved walking up and down a hallway outside a hospital room (with a large window to the hall) while the action went on inside the room. I always marvel at how many camera angles are used for each scene and it can (and was) a long, tedious process. But it was great to be on a set again. And it isn't often that I get to be a doctor for the day (but at far lower pay).