Backstage published a roundup of the top 10 colleges and universities with best stage productions according to the 2014 Princeton Review. By Jack Smart “Attention, college applicants! The Princeton Review has released its annual rankings of everything from campus radio stations to the best parties. If you’re looking to study theater either as a major or an extracurricular activity, these 10 schools with the best stage productions merit a spot
By Sharon Eberson / The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette On Aug. 24, Corey Cott gave his regards to Broadway, and Thursday the star of “Newsies” was in Pittsburgh, enjoying momentary down time for the first time in two years. The Carnegie Mellon grad had been front and center in the hit Disney musical, which closed at the Nederlander Theater after 1,000 performances. These days, there’s another Cott onstage, and Corey, having traded
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