Theatre Arts 303 - England: Theatre in England
This course introduces students to theatre in London, with the aim of enriching their understanding of contemporary British theatre as a whole. Based in London and Stratford-upon-Avon, the class will attend up to 12 productions offered by the Royal Shakespeare Company, the royal National Theatre, West End theatres, and Fringe companies. Students will also visit theatres, museums, galleries, and historic sites, and will talk with a number of British theatre professionals. There will be time for students to explore the London area on their own. After two weeks in London, students will spend four days touring Shakespeare's native Warwickshire and attending plays by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Course: THEA 303
Location: London, England
Program leaders: Marc Shaw, Lisa Darien
Curricular requirement: EL
Length of program: 22 days
Meals: All meals included
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