STAGE TUBE: Carnegie Mellon Students Make PSA for Theatre Majors
The Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, class of 2017 just released a video to help others in their shoes, entitled, "How to Survive Your First Year in a BFA Theatre Program." In it, they offer tips and encouragement to future students pursuing such a prestigious arts degree.
Check out the video below!
The video features CMU students: Henry Ayres-Brown, Iris Beaumier, Jordon Bolden, Dylan Bright, Daryl Paris Bright, John Clay III, Joe Essig, Arica Jackson, Lilli Kay, Isabel Pask, Victoria Pedretti, Spenser Pollard, Nathan Salstone, Siddiq Saunderson, Clay Singer, McKenna Slone, John Way, and Ariel Carly Zucker
Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama is the oldest degree-granting drama school in the United States and is recognized as an international leader in the arts and technology.
Founded in 1914, the school combines established practice with innovation and pedagogical and technological advancement across all disciplines. The School's conservatory program within the university prepares students intellectually, artistically and practically to be leaders in their chosen professions, whether that be on the stage or behind the scenes, in film or television, or within the expanding realm of new media.
School of Drama graduates commit to the enrichment of diverse arts practices, champion interdisciplinary collaborations, explore new forms of creative expression, and promote community and diversity.
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