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Good Schools for Theater Criticism and Management

Zeitoujo
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What are some great ones on the East Coast?
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Yale
Columbia
New School
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Thanks Yankee- I was actually looking for schools that are easier to get into, such as Fordham etc... well easier than YALE haha
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Yale and Columbia for grad school moreso than undergrad. There's nothing special about either school's undergrad theater program. At all. The nice thing about the New School is that they seem to let you tailor to your interests a bit more freely than some other places.

(From a Columbia alum who tried to fit a square into a circle.)
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NYU has a graduate level theater management program.
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Your best bet would probably be to get a good general theatre degree as an undergrad and then go to grad school.