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PEP Working Weekend March 14 & 15

[singlepic id=109 w=320 h=240 float=] All the PEPsters were together again for our March working weekend. Martha joined us from down South and we spent all day Saturday and Sunday together (like we do) working on our show.  We made some headway on some of the administrative aspects of making theatre and had a good table work session on Sunday, and spent some time revisiting the material we have made so far, but the majority of our time was spent with the fabulous Katharine Birdsall. She is helping us with some dance aspects for the show. We spent most of Sat and Sun counting “one and two and three and…” and trying not to drive Katharine crazy. We did a little folk dancing and we did a little ballet and much like our 4 year old ballet counterparts spent more time than we should plotting our future ballet outfits! Let’s learn the stuff first, shall we?

All in all a good couple of days and a very interesting and educational experience. It is fascinating to navigate collaboration and communication with someone whose vocabulary is similar but just a bit different and we are looking forward to the rest of our work together with Katharine. We will be getting some Alexander schooling from her as well.


9 Responses to “PEP Working Weekend March 14 & 15”

  1. Hi Mike,I really like the addnioital class offerings. Thank you very much! You’ll see more of me then. Most likely the 7pm class. However, I really liked the 6pm. Not sure if you still can keep that time .So, when will the new schedule go into effect? Thanks again!Zina

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