I am currently a Communications major at a private college in Buffalo, NY. I attended the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts summer program this summer and living in the city made me finalize my decision to move to NYC! I love acting its my passion but im not interested in getting an acting degree, its not practical and theres no way i can waste thousands and thousands of dollars on it. I want to major in Communications at Marymount and still be able to do what i love...hence minor or atleast be involved in theatre. In a perfect world this would be possible but since there is no minor program for theatre at Marymount i feel like im screwed! Should i choose another school? If i didnt take any theatre classes could i still try out for shows at Marymount? Is it likely for non-majors to even have a chance in theatre life at Marymount?
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I'm going to be a Senior this year and I was really interested in MMC. My parents are pushing for me to major in a science. I've actually been really interested in majoring in Speech Pathology/Audiology and I know that I'm definetly minoring in French. But I really like to sing so i'm not sure whether I should also minor in Music or musical theatre.I'm very very interested in the whole broadway scene but I'm not that great of an actor. So I was wonderig if the Musical Theatre class is like the of study musical theatre or is it more of a hands on class?
Btw Is it weird if I mix my interests in the arts with the sciences?
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I turned in the $200 enrollment fee with a request to reserve housing for Spring 2009. So yeah, it looks like I'm definitely going to be attending and living at 55th Street. So can anyone tell me about what's like to live there? I've read what the school website has to say, I've watched the tour videos (multiple times, in fact), but nothing beats first-hand account.
Please tell me about your experiences. The good, the bad, tips, warnings, etc. Are the rooms coed? Were roommates a pain in the ass? Privacy scarce? Curfews strict? Any really cool places nearby that I should make a note to check out? What's the Convenience Store like? Is it just chockful of junk food?
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my question is very similar to the one below me. i've been accepted to MMC for the fall of 2008, bt MMC obviously is super expensive. my parents are willing to give me a certain amount per semester, but i'm basically responsible for gathering the rest (like...20k per year). how are some of you guys paying for your tuition? i know about fastweb.com scholarships and stuff, but i'd have to do like 20 of those to equal a semester. and i have a job, but it's part-time and i'll basically be able to contribute nothing. i'd loovveee to attend, but i do NOT want to be more than like, 30k in student loans when i graduate.