My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Pittsburgh Musical Theater, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Pittsburgh Musical Theater in combination with the Richard E. Raugh Conservatory is an organization that has become one of extreme importance to our family. I have two children who have been attending classes and performing with PMT for approximately 5 years. Since the very beginning, my children and my whole family have found the teachers, directors,staff, and other parents and students to be more like family than acquaintances. The discipline my children have received from their training, and performing with PMT has given them a unique opportunity to learn valuable life skills and work ethic from the very young age of seven years old. All of these things have taken place by learning and doing what they love. The joy they receive in their lives by being part of this organization if priceless. They have found friends with similar interests and goals that they have never found anywhere else before. They have gained confidence, compassion and respect for themseleves and otherrs while working with the PMT actors and directors. I, as their mother, have volunteered in numerous activities with PMT and have to admit it has brought me as much personal gratification and happiness as well as my children's. My children truly feel like they are living their dreams by being given opportunities to perform and train with PMT. It is a unique and dynamic organization unlike any other I have ever seen in the world of theater. We feel blessed to have stumbled in through the doors of PMT and become part of their family.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the friendships we have all made through this organization will carry with me forever.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
excellent human beings with values, discipline, compassion and the common sense that I would like to see my children absorb as their own.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
continue its goal of providing excellent training and performance opportunities to so many local actors and children who need a place to grow, learn and obtain self-assurance and provide entertainment at the highest level.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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