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Theatre major at Reed?

studiomomstudiomom Registered User Posts: 201 Junior Member
edited September 2008 in Reed College
Any feedback on the theatre major or theatre program at Reed?
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Replies to: Theatre major at Reed?

  • postonepostone Registered User Posts: 69 Junior Member
    you may want to log on to the Reed prospies live journal account and ask your question since you aren't getting any answers here. (I don't know anyone in theatre there) I think the students may monitor that more. There used to be a link to it from the admissions page - but you can also just go to livejournal and search for communities interested in Reed College - the prospies site comes up on the list.
  • vonlostvonlost Super Moderator Posts: 28,238 Super Moderator
    Good idea. This one is fairly current:

    Reedwatcher
  • TrinSFTrinSF Registered User Posts: 1,482 Senior Member
    If you ask questions on reedlj.livejournal.com (the one vossron mentioned), please make sure you read the info page (reedlj - Community Info) and follow the instructions for posting prospie questions. The main LJ community is a particularly robust microcosm of the Reed community; it has a healthy disrepect for oh, everything. Parents can post there, but I don't recommend it, unless you have a very thick skin. :-)

    The prospie community on LJ is at reedprospies.livejournal.com. There are also communities for most graduation years (that is, there's a Class of '11 LJ community, etc). That said, the communities for Reed on Facebook are more active for prospies than those on LJ.
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