Cornish is a weird School. For one, they have a pretty good training with some pretty good teachers and some satisfactory teachers. The curriculum covers everything that an actor should know and then some-and yet. And yet it isn't realistic about HOW to become successful, and when I mean successcul I mean making money. Yes, Art is well and good but you've got to mind yours and when their perceptions of being successful is having to teach to make a livable wage: something is up. I know art is made through conflict and stuggle, yet through our conflict and stuggle we want to gain some kind of success and recogntion for it, and a 30,000 and year wage combined with a posthumous appreciation is not what I want and I don't think that what most students truly what either. Cornish is good training, yet always remember that that is what it is: training. It is not a one way ticket to being successful nor is it a factory for good actors. To think otherwise is delusional. Success is talent and being uniquely good looking and marketable. Plain a simple.