Jess (jlj9287) wrote in theaterprops,

Theatre grad schools

So I've come to the point in my fairly new career when I need to begin my search for a grad school.  I'm not completely sure I even want to go, but I figure that it is better to be safe than sorry.

I started out my career in lighting almost 10 years ago and for the last 2 I have been working in props.  I just finished a BFA in technical theatre and after a few General Eds, I will be ready to graduate (most likely next spring).  My grades are about a B average, maybe a little higher, but my skills are so much better than my grades reflect.  I have interned in a few theatres on the east coast and would prefer to stay in that area  (I'm actually interning in Boston right now).

I'm primarily looking for a grad school in the New England area.  I'm also considering Seattle, but east coast is really where I'd prefer to be.  However, I'm open to any and all suggestions.  What are some good schools?   I honestly know nothing about grad schools, so I have no idea where to start.


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