About PMJ Productions

PMJ productions was founded in 2014 by Prav MJ after participating in the Stage One new producers course in London. She trained as a director at the ART (American Repertory Theatre) in Boston, USA and as a designer from LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art).

PMJ productions developed from her original company Liminal Space to support emerging writers and to stage plays that inspire and create debate in the public to stimulate change.

The European Premiere of Faceless by US playwright Selina Fillinger (Park Theatre), based on a true story that highlights the pitfalls of the internet when a young US Christian girl is radicalised online and tries to leave for Syria  https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/whats-on/faceless/extras

The World Premiere of Sket by UK playwright Maya Sondhi at the Park Theatre.  A play about “sexting” and teenagers with a series of post-show talks inspired by the play including “Gangs” with David Cohen from the Evening Standard https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/whats-on/sket/access Young Lives Today (Park Theatre) – three  staged readings of new plays BODY & SOLD by Deborah Lee Fortson, Faceless by Selina Fillinger and Virtually Related by El Pilkington. Fundraisers which raised £918 for the NSPCC from the audience. https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/whats-on/young-lives-today

The Lonely Soldier Monologues (LSM)  by Helen Benedict, a verbatim piece about female soldiers in the combat zone (The Cockpit Theatre). The Lonely Soldier Monologues was nominated for a Liberty Human Rights Arts Award in association with the Southbank Centre, London. Excerpts of the play were broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Today program and the play was published by Next StagePress.

All three plays received public support via Kickstarter and LSM also received Arts Council funding. 

Liminal Space presented the UK premieres of Six Rounds by Boston playwright John Oluwole ADEkoje (LOST theatre), Hamlet Smith by Spanish playwright Miguel Morillo and Lashings of Whipped Cream by New Zealand playwright Fiona Samuel (Nursery Festival), Fallujah by award winning US playwright Evan Sanderson (The Cockpit) and Olives and Blood a play about Lorca by US playwright Michael Bradford (Brixton East), Pumpkin Patch & Newton’s Call by US playwright Patrick Gabridge for the Chelsea Fringe Festival, American Bytes Back - 10 minute short American plays (New Wimbledon Studio). Staged readings of Flight by Boston playwright Patrick Gabridge (Burrell St. Sexual Health Clinic), Project Strip by Indian playwright Ram Ganesh Kamatham (Tara Arts) Useless by Romanian playwright Saviana Stanescu (Brixton East)

Credits in the USA include:

SLAMBoston 2007 ( www.anothercountry.org ) The Girl who Loved the Moon by Ann Marie Oliva , Boston  Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. USA.

FeverFest 07 ( www.whistlerinthedark.comThe Kiss by Mark Harvey Levine for Way Theatre Artists ( www.wayplays.com ), Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center. Cambridge, MA. USA.


Assistant Director  The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Rupert Holmes, directed by Paul Daigneault, artistic director of SpeakEasy Stage Company ( www.speakeasystage.com), Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. USA (December 2007)

Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel, directed by Greg Maraio, the inaugural production of Way Theatre Artists, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. USA (April 2007)

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