In a screenplay I'm writing, I want to use a rapid cut-together sequence of reaction shots from characters in several different locations already established earlier in the script. Is it still necessary to use the full new-scene notation for every different location? This seems a bit clumsy:
The three look up as the lights flicker, and the room suddenly goes dark.
INT. GARAGE - DUSK
We see ANDREA and PIETER, still sifting through the garage's contents, as the lights flicker and go out.
INT. CORRIDOR - DUSK
We see SAMMY in the middle of using a crowbar to open a door; the lights in the corridor flicker and go out.
INT. SECURITY OFFICE - DUSK
On the other hand, I don't want to break the normal formatting conventions. What's appropriate in this situation?