USITT 2022

Ford

Sr Product Manager, Chauvet Professional
I'll be there!!!
Also triple vaxxed. And... I think that @gafftaper is right about the infection rate... and young theatre folk tend to be very socially conscious (if not risk averse), so I think this will be safer than LDI was. @DELO72 , I'm sorry to hear about your experience...
For me... I've been about as careful as one can be in FL. I KN95 mask up wherever I go, sanitize frequently, and have home tests on-hand.
After LDI, I masked up at home, and slept in the spare room for 5 days prior to testing (negative).


Also, the conference class schedule HAS been posted:
 

TimMc

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Kristi R-C

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I’ll be there and bringing the hubby.

Presenting Saturday on the BACKstage HS testing program and a different session on safety in HS theaters with a couple of fabulous friends. (Notice a theme... start ‘em young! )

Have a large-framed KN94 that’s comfortable enough to wear all day and talk in. Vaxxed and boosted, of course. Wash your hands. A convention center has better airflow than a theater.
 

Lextech

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It's official, I'm going. Looking forward to actually see people again in person. I assume we will have the normal trade show floor meet up at some point.
 

Ford

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We'll be there! Booth 235. We're bringing all of the remaining t-shirts we've ever given out, and I'm just going to hand them out until we run out.
I am going to look sooooooooo good with 17 FLEENOR t-shirts layered on top of eachother!
 

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ccannkilO

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I'll probably go this year, it's probably safer there in Baltimore with the convention precautions than it is working and teaching down here in Florida with unmasked/unvaccinated students, employees & audiences
 

TorrieS

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I'll probably go this year, it's probably safer there in Baltimore with the convention precautions than it is working and teaching down here in Florida with unmasked/unvaccinated students, employees & audiences
You're down here in Florida as well? Condolences!
 

Jay Ashworth

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Going and showing. I'm in the "By march we hopefully will be in a better place with COVID" camp and optimistic that another variant won't make me regret my decisions.
It is March.

I just *caught* it for the first time, and worse, appear to have given it to my (63 year old, unvaccinatable, asthmatic) sister, despite our best precautions.

Guess we're not in a better place.
 
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dvsDave

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It is March.

I just *caught* it for the first time, and worse, appear to have given it to my (63 year old, unvaccinatiable, asthmatic) sister, despite our best precautions.

Guess we're not in a better place.
Considering your location vs @egilson1 both perspectives can be considered true simultaneously.
 

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