The Benefits Of Majoring In Theater

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I come from a family that came to the U.S. to have a better life and to give the next generation of kids the opportunity to also have a better life. I understand when parents want the best for their kids because my parents want the best for me, but most parents want their kids to pursue a career that is “realistic” and “not a waste of time”. Liberal arts education is realistic and has practical values. I want to major in theater and most people will think that majoring in theater is a waste of time, but I don’t think so. I believe that theater, or acting, is a very valuable and useful skill. For example, you can convince someone who is bigger than you that is about to hurt you to believe that you’re capable of doing something worst, even though

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