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Pledges keep Merrimack Rep alive

By Maureen Dezell
Globe Staff / July 29, 2005

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A month ago, Merrimack Repertory Theatre artistic director Charles Towers was braced for the dismal prospect of turning off the lights at the Lowell theater in late July. ''We were looking at going on hiatus, a sizable downsizing, or closing altogether," Towers says. MRT was $100,000 shy of the ambitious $600,000 goal Towers set last fall, when he launched a ... (Full article: 764 words)

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