I just did a talk for a big performing arts conference in NYC, and got interviewed for podcast by Bill Reichblum of KadmusArts, at the big Hilton Hotel in midtown Manhattan.
I was exhausted after a week of travel, talks and interviews, but I may not have been totally incoherent. My favorite part of the interview (I don’t know if they left it in) was when the lights went out in the ballroom where we were talking (some automatic feature when there’s no movement in the room). We kept going as if nothing had happened, but then I started to see spots moving around on the carpet.
At first I figured it was extreme overtiredness playing tricks with my retinas – but then I realized it was actually scores of mice running up and down the aisles between the chairs. I guess they come out when it’s dark.
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