I wasn't familiar with any of your roles until I looked them up today. I'm still not familiar with most of them, but I noticed you played Mitsuru Kirijo in Persona 3: I once, while a tad drunk, described your lovely voice as a "smoke-filled room." Thank you for your public service in performing this role.
In humble exchange, it's come to my attention that you're going to have to sit through the Masquerade at New York Anime Fest this year. As a fan of your work, I'd like to offer you my sincerest condolences. It's not easy to make it through an anime convention masquerade, a phenomenon defined in Webster's as "the absence of fun, joy and love; abandon hope all ye who enter here." It would be unbecoming for a major foreign guest such as yourself to simply escape under the cover of the deafening laughter and applause following the eighth consecutive Naruto/Kingdom Hearts dance skit, but it might be for the best. If you do decide to stick it out, remember to kick back and be real chill. Think about other stuff: maybe concentrate on an interesting object in the distance. If someone asks you how their skit was, say "sugo~i" or something. They'll eat it up. So just take it easy. It's only two or three hours long, after all. I'll see you at the autograph table!
Sincerely, a fan.