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Here's the truth of the matter: You don't need a degree in Theatre or Dance to be able to make it in the business. Yes, it would be nice to be able to study what you want to study, but you don't need that diploma to succeed as a performer. Lots of performers- very successful performers- didn't even go to college. You either have the talent for it, or you don't. That talent can be honed by a college education, yes, but it cannot be PRODUCED by a college education. Your parents are trying to be practical, and as a professional actress/singer myself, I can see why. It's a tough world out there on the theatre/arts scene. 99.9% of performance gigs don't pay enough to live on. That's why there are things called "survival jobs"- jobs that pay the bills while we audition our little hearts out, hoping to someday get that big break. They want you to have a degree that will allow you to get a good "survival job". If they have the money, there is not much else you can do except go along with it or get a ton of student loans and try to pay for it all yourself. You have 4 years of college. Then you will be in the world on your own, making your own decisions about what kind of work you pursue. And here's the other thing: from my personal experience, college theatre programs are helpful, yes, but where you really learn the most are classes OUTSIDE of school. If you are in a city like Chicago, New York or LA, there will be independent companies that run classes which are HIGHLY more informative and helpful than anything I took in college, and I went to school for theatre. Maybe you can compromise: try to find a school that fits yours and your parents liking in one of the 3 major performance cities, get your degree in something that you can work in while you're waiting for that big break, take classes outside of college when you have time, and when you finish school, pursue your dream. And a theatre or dance minor might be negotiable too.
Don't study *only* something that you don't want to study. Why don't you double-major in Dance or Theater and Business? Or why don't you take a pre-law track and double major in Theater and Dance? I can see these options for you: Major in Business, Minor in Dance Minor in Theater Major in Theater, Major in Dance, and take a pre-law track Medley do what you're being forced into and regret it forever.
As soon as I read this, all I had to say was WTF!! Don't listen to your parent! Do what you love! Not what they want! What's the point of doing something you don't like for the rest of your life when you can dance and be happy for the rest of your life! Besides, buisness is a boring peice of crap!
Why don't you write a musical based on the life of Donald Trump?
If you're 18 and have your own money, you can't be forced to do anything.
Just change your major once you start college. not hard to do...