Shooting 15 pages in one day? I wanna see and listen to that result...
I don't question that you can do that - but I question the quality of the result.
If you plan to do it correctly and get quality shots, then better calculate with an average of 3-4 film minutes per 8-10 h day. That means professional sound recording & lighting, and some camera moves on a dolly.
We shot 36 minutes of film for a short in 10 days (16 h per day) on the RED ONE.
(Have a look at some stills here.
First you need an experienced crew and have done several rehearsals with your actors, you should have planned out all your setups and fixed all locations.
The more you are prepared the faster you can shoot.
Know what you want to get out of a scene so you can cut down the number of takes. 3-5 should be enough in average. If you are gonna have another take better have a good reason for the actors, the crew, and yourself. Don't shoot too much coverage, that is a real time killer.
Six minutes to light the shot? Sorry - somehow I don't buy that (if you are going for professional results).
It often takes longer to lay the cables for the power supply. If you have to rig lights above heads it takes a lot of time because you have to work safe.
I normally plan 30 min. per setup for the lighting, an easy setup can be done in 15 min. and a complicated one can take hours (e.g. a steady cam move through the location).