We’d been getting jealous of all the summer blockbuster movie hype, so clearly it was time for us to rent out some movie theaters around the country and bring our own show to your town (provided that your town is San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, or Minneapolis — the rest of you will have to wait ’til September). The “Discover the Adobe Production Studio Tour” kicks off tomorrow here in SF at the Kabuki theater in Japantown, and you can sign up for free, and get the lowdown on the entire tour right here.
I’ll be giving part of the presentation tomorrow, and also in Minneapolis next week.
Stalker or CEO? You be the judge.
Come see what kinds of tricks we’ve got up our sleeves, and if you’re in SF you can go to the convyor-belt sushi place upstairs afterwards (which is acutally pretty good). I have no idea what to eat in Minneapolis, the last time I was there was when I played with Freedy Johnston, opening for Cheryl Crow on her summer tour in ’96, and all I can remember about that night was a place called Nye’s that featured “The World’s Most Dangerous Polka Band,” which was entirely made up of octegenarians. Now that’s a summer blockbuster worth seeing.