St. George Kustoms

Ever been to the beach, enjoying the sights, when you saw a guy zooming by on a crazy looking bike? Believe me, you weren’t imagining things. More likely than not you saw Randy testing out one of his new creations.

Where some people spend their time creating themed environments St. George Kustoms pedals off in a different direction. Whether the themed bike you are looking for involves spiders, poker chips, or even an electric guitar Randy will make it happen.

Specializing in outlandish bikes St George Kustoms can design and build your dream bike or sculpture. So stop spinning your wheels and ride on over. If you don’t believe it can be done, just ask. You may find that you “spoke” too soon.

Website: www.stgeorgekustoms.com
St. George Kustoms

2012 USITT Convention

The USITT Convention was last week in Long Beach. Everyone from theater schools, manufacturers, suppliers and distributors that specialize in scenery, costumes, and sound/lighting technicians to properties, make-up, special effects, stage managers and all other manner of craftsperson working in the theater were drawn to the Long Beach Convention Center last week to find fresh inspiration and the newest equipment.

For many theater backstage techies it was a chance to check out new equipment and informational seminars, finally putting a face to the voices they have been working with or heard about for years.

Creating and sharing information while connecting with others, USITT (The United States Institute for Theater Technology) started in 1960. This annual convention moves around the United States each year allowing professionals and students alike to meet other like-minded individuals. Since it’s inception it has been the one stop shop for networking with others of similar interests in design and production for the performing arts.

Here’s a link to their website. If you can make it out to Milwaukee, Wisconsin next year near the end of March make sure to put this on your calendar.