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5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15213
The Carnegie Mellon School of Drama is the first degree-granting institution of its kind in the country, supports a full curriculum in Design and Technical Theatre at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Training includes classroom instruction as well as practical production experience. As a conservatory program within a university, we seek to prepare students for entry into the profession.
Offering degrees in Acting, Directing, Theater Management and Production, Playwriting and Independent Film Making.
4847 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI, 48202
The nation's only graduate repertory company, with a mission to present classic plays in a repertory system.
In a liberal arts setting, the Theatre Division at Purdue University educates students to acquire the discipline, analytical skills, and aesthetic judgment necessary for collaboration with others as productive citizens and artists.
MA in Theatre, MFA with major in Theatre Arts - Performance, and MFA with major in Theatre Arts - Production. Minors in African-American Theatre, Theatre Arts, and Cultural Performances.
University of Virginia, Department of Drama, P.O. Box 400128, Charlottesville, VA, 22904-4128
College of Fine, Performing and Communication arts, Detroit, MI, 48202
BFA, MFA, and Ph.D. in Theatre, BS in Performance and Dance Education
1622 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA, 90028
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1101 13th Street, Denver, CO, 80204
The National Theatre Conservatory is a three-year graduate acting school that operates in a 10 theatre complex. Its 24 students perform alongside a Tony-winning ensemble in a 10 play season. With a 3:1 student/teacher ratio and guests including Edward Albee, Sir Peter Hall and Bill Pullman, students earn an MFA and Equity membership. Each April, the graduating students perform two fully-produced plays for public audiences known as the NTC Rep.