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The Penguin Project comes to WaterTower Theatre

“We make whatever accommodations are necessary for each child,” Puckett said. “Part of it is just rolling with stuff and making sure that you go, ‘It’s okay. We’re just going to stay calm and we’re gonna breathe and it’s going to be okay. If you need to step away, you can step away. If you don’t want to say that line today, you don’t have to say that line today.’ It’s about keeping the focus on that this is about the experience. And though, yes, we do want to have a good show, that’s not the ultimate goal. The ultimate goal is for us to have a really good time and gain the things that theater can give us.”

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