Production / Technical Theatre

Know Before You Go: A USITT 2018 Guide

BY: JENN SHURON
via www.usittshow.com

 
Know where you’re going and when
 Get your hands dirty

Sign up for these Demos and Trainings to enhance your Conference experience. Is your first choice full? Check back for cancellations throughout the week:

Expo Extravaganza! Make these Stage Expo areas part of your schedule:
  • Interview Area: Make your LinkedIn profile visible to recruiters and set up meetings with exhibitors in the interview area.

  • Resume Doctor: Looking to polish your resume? Stop by booth 1041 and receive feedback from industry professionals ensuring your resume is top notch.

  • Costume Stage: The stage will feature demos, sessions, and shows throughout the Conference focused on costume rentals, makeup, and costume related products and services. 

  • Innovation Stage: Manufacturers will give short 20-minute presentations about their new and innovative products.

  • Art Auction & Garage Sale: You will find costume, lighting, and scenic renderings by a variety of designers along with other artwork and specialty items that you may place bids on.

 Stay Connected
Noshing Needs

Fort Lauderdale has plenty of indoor and outdoor dining options surrounding the Convention Center. Here are some suggestions for a quick bite or a sit-down meal without straying too far from all the USITT action:

 Check out these Fort Lauderdale discounts including many of the restaurants above and more!

Make sure to mention USITT and/or show your badge to take advantage of these special offers (subject to change).

Celebrate opening and closing night with us!
  • Attend opening night and the new products showcase on the outdoor stage. See the latest industry products from top companies. Insider Tip: Get there early to get a good seat; this is a popular event!

  • Join your fellow attendees and wind down the week at the Closing Night Celebration Saturday, March 17, starting at 6 p.m. at America’s Backyard. Enjoy food, drinks, and the company of your like-minded peers before saying “see you later,” until next year.

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