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PMP Blog: Pieces Falling into Place

I knew the day would come when it was time to write my final PMP blog. But I’ve put it off because I’m not quite ready to feel nostalgic. I’m guessing this is how some of the PMPers are also feeling. For more than six months, they juggled home and homework. Jobs and family and […]

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PMP Blog: Getting Lost & Finding Your Way

“Let’s stumble through the scenes,” Kate Merrigan says. “It’s going to be messy.” Two weeks have gone by since I’ve been at a PMP session. If this is “messy,” then come performance time, these scenes are going to be spectacular. Tonight’s rehearsal takes place in a new space—a tiny anteroom, in fact—and to my untrained […]

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PMP Blog: Theater Kids

I was a theater kid. I held my best friend captive while I sang a Sondheim medley. A musical score swelled around me when I walked to the bus stop. I recited Juliet’s balcony scene to anyone who would listen. My older brother told me that there was nothing more boring than a theater person […]

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