An Internship with ATL: Take an Umbrella
Marsden, Pamela M.
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My training with ATL was by far the best I have had since I have been at 'K'. It occurred at a time when I was questioning my choice of careers. In October I thought I would stay in the theatre, only because I did not know another filed. By the time I left Louisville I did not know what aspect of the theatre I would choose to pursue, but I am aware of many possibilities. I now feel more secure than ever in my choices and in myself. It is an intensive program which will not be suitable for everyone. Although the director of the apprentice program and other personnel well change frequently, I do not foresee that the basic structure of the program will go through any drastic alterations. It is essential to be able to adapt to the situation as it refuses to adapt to the individual. I had always perceived of myself as able to cope with a situation like that. I came very close to failing.
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