I am photographing a West African drumming ensemble tomorrow evening at a yoga and health retreat center. I was under the impression I could use my SB900 while photoing and my tripod~ seeing as the band members said that their former photographer was able to do so. The lead drummer informed me a few minutes ago, that the event coordinator for the center said that there can be no flash or tripod use during the show, for anyone, including guests. (I can see why the flash, it's a meditative event) I asked the drummer what kind of light the room offers. She said there is very low light in this particular room they will be performing in, with one light center stage and one on each side of the stage. She said they are dim, yellowish lights. There are 4 West African dancers on stage with the lady drummers. I am very concerned about how to shoot this scenario properly~ seeing as there is very low light and a lot of movement from both drummers and dancers. Any suggestions or tips from anyone who may have shot in a similar situation? I shoot with a D700~ I have a Nikon 70-200mm, Nikon 24-70mm and a Nikon 50mm 1.4 and I have full access to the stage areas. Any suggestions to ease my nerves would be appreciated. I don't mean to sound incompetent, but the situation has changed from what I had expected. I am going to head to the center about an hour earlier than planned to check out the lighting and such.