Page&Stage Stratford

Important Info

Housing: Bed-and-Breakfast, double occupancy

Course Dates: October 9 - 12, 2014

Course Registration: ENGL 405/590 or THEA 338

Course Fee: $650* (*Cost estimates based on assumption of 30 participating students riding the bus. Cost will be higher if there are fewer students.)


Steps To Apply

1.) Register for the class online as you would any normal class session.

2.) Bring completed application to International Education Office (7 LoGrasso Hall). They will walk you through further paper work and fee payment.

Experience professional theater by studying and seeing five plays at one of North America's most acclaimed venues! This team-taught class will meet twice weekly (Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:00-6:20PM) and then travel to Stratford from October 9-12 (Fall Break 2014) for performances and study. Students will complete independent projects following the travel portion of this course.

This course is for students in all majors and will focus on the texts, history,and productions of six plays: King Lear, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Man of LaMancha, Crazy for You, The Beaux’ Stratagem, & Hay Fever.

Course fee includes six performances, bed and breakfast lodging, entrance to exhibitions, sessions with Festival Company members, round trip coach transportation from Fredonia and Medex insurance.  Breakfast is included, students are responsible for other meals and personal spending.  A valid passport and proof of international medical insurance is required.

Instructors:  Tom Loughlin, Chair and Professor, Theatre and Dance
                    Virginia Horvath, President and Professor, English


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