• Interested in Set Design? 3 Degrees to Consider

    If you’ve ever been to a live theatre performance or even watched a movie or television show, then you know how important set design is. The background pieces provide the setting that the actors use to make the performance come alive. Without an accurate…

  • What is Script Analysis?

    It’s easy to believe that all an actor or actress needs to do is receive and read the script before reporting to work on set or in the theatre. However, the truth is a little more complicated than that. Script analysis is just one of the many things that…

  • What is Technical Theatre?

    Not everyone who loves theatre wants to find themselves on stage. Many prefer to be behind the scenes, as part of the magic that makes a performance come to life before the audience’s eyes. For those who want a career in this particular segment of the…

  • Making the Most of Your Campus Visit

    Planning a visit to Dean College this summer? Make the most of your experience with our tips and tricks for navigating the campus visit. Read on to learn more.

  • Major in Sports Broadcasting – What to Expect

    High school students who want to work in sports broadcasting doing play-by-play commentary, interviewing players and more should major in Sports Broadcasting while in college. While preparing for your future can start while in high school, by attending one of our Pre-College Summer Programs in Sports Broadcasting, there's a lot more that will be covered as part of the degree program. Here's what to expect.

  • Musical Theatre Degrees – Which is Right For You?

    High school students who want to spend their lives on the stage, acting and singing for audiences, have a choice to make. Do they want to go to college to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre? Read on for easy ways to tell how can you be sure this degree is best for your future career needs.

  • Is a Career in Technical Theatre Right for You?

    Did you know that there's more to working in theatre than being on stage? The actors, singers and dancers get all of the credit, because they are the most visible ones, but the people who work backstage are the ones who really make the magic happen. Do you want to work in technical theatre? Here's how you can tell if this is the right career for you.