The Hollywood Reporter ranked the top 5 undergraduate acting programs. The magazine interviewed alumni, instructors, and top industry professionals to compile their list, which comprised Carnegie Mellon University, Julliard, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and UC San Diego.

Of Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama they wrote:

“Josh Gad and Megan Hilty trained at this Pittsburgh institution, the oldest acting conservatory in the country. Class of 2012’s Grey Henson stars in Mean Girls on Broadway, in a performance that earned him his first Tony nomination — which was announced on TV by Leslie Odom Jr., another Carnegie alum, and the 2016 Tony winner for Hamilton. Needless to say, this school churns out top-tier talent.”

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