Tag: drama

Studying Theatre in College: What You Need to Know

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Vice President of Enrollment Management, Stephens College

Interested in pursuing theatre in college? Learn about auditions and admission, theatre curricula, degree options, and so much more with this comprehensive guide! read more

Performing Arts Majors and Potential Jobs

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Art in its many forms, all those things of beauty for beauty's sake, may not bring home the bacon all the time, but they certainly nourish the soul. Here we explore the most mainstream avenues of the arts and the surprisingly varied careers to which they may lead. read more

Special College Applications

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Editor, Porter Sargent Handbooks

Whether you're compiling a visual arts portfolio or performing a monologue from Shakespeare, applying to undergraduate arts programs means showing you're more than the sum of your talent, transcript, and test scores. This is your time to tell a story. read more

Portfolios, Home Tests, and Other Special Art School Applications

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If you're planning on applying to an art or architecture school, be prepared for a few extra requirements along with your typical college application. read more

A Star is Born

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Editor, Porter Sargent Handbooks

Natalie Portman earned rave reviews--and an Academy Award--for her performance as a brilliant but troubled ballerina in the 2009 psychological thriller Black Swan. But convincingly portraying a world-class dancer with the moves to match took more than a few weeks of practicing her pliƩs and pirouettes: Portman actually began studying ballet as a teenager at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts summer camp. read more

One-on-One with Lindsey Liberatore--Theatre Major

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Assistant Editor

Lindsey Liberatore is originally from Lakeville, Massachusetts and attended Marymount Manhattan College in New York City--a liberal arts college mostly known for its theatre and dance programs. Interested in hearing more? Read a Q&A with Lindsey: read more