Sponsored by the Department of Theatre in the College of Arts & Letters and arranged through the Office of Study Abroad (OSA)
What’s this program about?
Students will spend five weeks in London intensively studying British theatre through attending:
- Lectures by British professionals
- Backstage tours
- Performance training
- Various field trips
The program includes attendance at a minimum of 15 productions at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the Royal National Theatre, and West End and Fringe Theatres. Field trips to Bath and Stratford-on-Avon to see the Royal Shakespeare Company perform are included.
Students will explore theatre history, actor training, and/or design with British specialists and the program may include workshops at the Globe, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Shared Experience or the Royal National Theatre.
For more information: msueducationabroad.via-trm.com/visitor/programs/12289
What are the requirements?
Students must be in good academic standing, with a grade point average of at least 2.5 at the time of application. Meeting this minimum grade point average does not, however, guarantee admission. A selection interview with Karen may be required. Applicants’ participation may be denied or their participation approval may be revoked if their conduct before departure raises doubts as to their suitability for program participation.
Who can tell me more about this program?
Department of Theatre
Phone: (517) 844-7786
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