After almost 15 years of inactivity, the New York Section of USITT is making its comeback. The section was deactivated in 1990 because business was too good, according to Rich Wolpert, newly elected chair of the section and the catalyst for its rebirth. “After a major conference in New York in 1990, the section just sort of fizzled out because holding the conference was so much work,” he says. “Then the boom of the 90s hit and everyone became too busy to deal with it.” The first meeting to ...
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