I recently interviewed for acceptance into the Technical Direction field of study at my first pick college. That was the hardest interview I'd ever done. I went in expecting some tough scrutiny of my portfolio, a few "why should I accept you" questions, maybe some quick thinking scenarios. What I got was a guy who seemed to try to throw me off. He saw that I'm from Northern Virginia and started asking me all these questions about the Redskins, Joe Gibbs, their past seasons. I'M A THEATRE PERSON!!! I DON'T FOLLOW FOOTBALL!!! Luckily though I read the paper and knew a little bit about Gibbs retiring and the Skin's track record. Crazy stuff. After that he went through my portfolio without speaking then asked me if I preferred Oysters or Blue Crabs. What?!?!? I've only had oysters when i was in Bermuda, and I've never had Blue crab. He started making a big deal about how he couldnt believe i'd never had blue crab since I'm from the Chesapeake Tidal area. Apparantly he doesn't know that Northern Virginia is in a league of its own. I live in the second richest county in the country...NoVa is like a separate state... Moral of the story, be prepared for anything when talking with drama people.