Harvard vs Princeton performing arts

<p>Does harvard or princeton have more opportunies for those interested in the performing arts? which school has the more prestigious program?</p>

<p>Far too broad a question. What field and discipline specifically?</p>

<p>sorry...drama-both musical theatre and straight plays</p>

<p>I don't believe either school has theater majors. You can check their websites to learn about this.</p>

<p>I know, however, that Harvard has something like 60 student theater productions a year. Students interested in theater at Harvard pursue that interest as an EC, and Harvard students take their ECs as seriously as do students pursuing majors at other colleges.</p>

<p>I suspect the same is true of Princeton.</p>

<p>However, if you want to be a theater or musical theater major, you'll need to go elsewhere or wait until grad school.</p>

<p>Check out this link:</p>

<p>HRDC:</a> Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club - About the HRDC + FAQ</p>

<p>i have no desire to major in theatre...its just something i would like to keep doing..</p>

<p>Unbelievable performing arts opportunities at both. I've seen professional touring quality productions at Harvard, all student-initiated, directed, and performed.</p>

<p>My frame of reference is H, not P, but I'd assume that this comment would hold true for both. These schools attract students who have been exposed to such a broad range of topics, cultures, and ideas, that their frames of reference are immense and their wit tends to be quick and very apropos. The impact of those backgrounds in a dramatic production often adds elements of insight and humor to H student productions that are breathtaking.</p>

<p>thank you so much</p>