Drama is an art form that dates back to the age of ancient Greece. The universities you will view all have outstanding facilities and coaches. You just have the guts to go from an amateur to a professional. Look up the bios of those who are famous on stage or screen and you will find that 95% of them were theatre majors in college. Theatre is a life calling and not a dalliance. If you have the passion you will succeed.

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Why is this Important?

  • When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
  • Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information 
  • Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession

 

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Online theater magazine covering New York and London . Regularly updated news, articles, and reviews. Visit
Broadway & Off-Broadway theatre discussion, cast recording news, reviews of musicals and drama. Visit
Magazine edited for the American professional theatres. Features production schedules, playwrights, funding, management, people, and articles by theatre critics. Visit
Magazine dedicated to helping the theatre industry create a thriving business. Visit
In-depth coverage of New York City 's indie theatre scene with listings and links for nonprofit theatre companies. Visit
Magazine offering actor's union news, casting calls and upcoming movie auditions and theatre reviews. Visit
Online review magazine for the performing arts in London . Covers theatre, opera and ballet. Visit
Casting weekly for the performing artist, emphasizing job opportunities and trade resources for New York City . Visit
Guide to the New York City theatre scene. Theatre info, listings, and reviews. Visit
International magazine of theatre, film, and media. Visit
Practical magazine for people who participate in regional, academic, and community theater. Visit
Features news, tickets, interviews and listings Visit