We had an excellent time at USITT in Louisville.
I signed all of the copies of Volume 2 and drew tons of doodles (propcat was especially popular this year). And you nerds brought it tons of weird crap for me to sign. The list of unusual items I’ve signed now includes: a water bottle, a rescue inhaler, a rubber duckie, TWO resumes (please someone hire both of them), a kid’s fan art of Wuggles, a light plot, a Nerds plushie, and a knee brace.
And, as is now tradition, our own little gremlin La Ropasucia got up to no good on the Stage Expo floor.
Saturday I even co-presented a session on Body Mic techniques with Chris of DPA Microphones. So I got to flex some of my audio muscles and share drop some knowledge on likeminded folks. It was a lot of fun and not something that I get to do very often.
We’re glad to be home, but things are in flux here as Liz and I prepare to move away from Ohio, and on to Boston (and then I immediately turn around and head for St Louis) so things are very hectic around here. But I’m glad we got to see so many of our friends at the conference and that we got to meet so many of you at the signing!
We’ll see you next year in Houston!