From la-la land to landing a job
We know it’s true—we see it in the movies. Employment in the performing arts is competitive and inconsistent, with many factors beyond your individual control. Pursuing a career in the arts takes tremendous commitment. What we do is help you develop those factors of success within your control, so you’ll be prepared to recognize opportunities and confidant enough to pursue them.
Many students majoring in Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance intend to pursue graduate work in the field, in M.F.A. programs like ours that require an undergraduate foundation in the performing arts. Your degree gives you an edge—and may be a requirement—if you choose to pursue advanced theatrical training.