What better place to see Britain’s rich historical and contemporary theatrical tradition than through the London Theatre Program? Experience the London of playwrights and actors and appreciate the significant influence that the theatre has on life and the arts of London.
Course is taught by Professor Alan Rust, Director of the Hartt Theatre Division, and is open to all majors! Click here for program flyer.
Study five plays represented in the current season in London and discuss them with members of the British Theatre profession. Examine the influence that English Theatre has had on classical and contemporary American Theatre, and the American Musical theatre’s influence on the British Theatre scene.
Expand your artistry by taking creative workshops and lectures at the London Drama Studio as well as a class at the Globe Theatre. Visit the Globe Theatre, the National Theatre, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, and walking tours. Travel to Stratford England, Shakespeare’s birthplace, see a performance at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and travel to Greenwich and Brighton, England.
This two week program in January includes 3 UHart credits, apartment housing in central London, metro pass, group train travel outside of London, theatre workshops and class, performances, walking tours and scheduled excursions. Program cost estimated at: $3,600.
DRA 362 - The Development of Theatre or AUCW 170 – Discovering Britain
Travel Dates: January 2 - Janury 14, 2018
All listed fees are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed until 10 deposits have been received. The University reserves the right to cancel the program if the required number of deposits have not been received by the deadline. In the event a program is cancelled, all deposits will be refunded to the student account. Scholarships are available; deadline to apply is November 15th. Applications and a program deposit of $1,000 are DUE by October 1st and full payment is DUE November 1st. Click here to submit your application and for instruction on how to make the program deposit. Applications are not considered complete until application has been submitted and program deposit has been made.
For more information contact:
Professor Alan Rust, firstname.lastname@example.org, 860.768.2461