SHAKESPEARE IN STRATFORD: England Study Abroad Program
The Departments of Theatre and English announce the ninth annual Shakespeare in Stratford/London: Text & Performance Study Abroad Program. (Summer A Semester May 13 – June 17.)
Students will stay in a bed & breakfast in Stratford-Upon-Thames, attend five plays by the Royal Shakespeare Company as well as Globe Theater & West End productions, visit Shakespeare’s birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s cottage, castles, stately mansions and the city of Oxford. Experience education through a thrilling and unforgettable cultural immersion.
2013 Shakespeare in Stratford/London Study Abroad
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Shakespeare at Stratford/London: Text & Performance
This program explores the summer repertoire of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Presenting the works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries alongside modern classics and new plays, the RSC has set the standard for productions of Shakespeare’s plays for more than one hundred years. Participants will attend five productions, four at the RSC in Stratford and one production at a venue in London, perhaps the Globe Theatre or the Roundhouse (the RSC’s London stage). Students attend additional productions at Stratford and in London. Lectures and post-production discussions are conducted by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in conjunction with the University of Birmingham.
Scholarships available, please contact Office of Study Abroad for information.
Phillip M. Church, Associate Chair for Engagement, FIU Theatre | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 305-348-3358
James Sutton, Chair, Department of English