George Mason University: Traveling - London Theater Tour: British Theatre Today

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This Winter Break, make the world your stage by studying abroad for two weeks in London! Led by Ken Elston, Professor of Theater at George Mason University, this study abroad program has been one of Mason Study Abroad's most popular for nine years... read more

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Study Abroad was definitely worthwhile because I became more independent and more confident. It has made me want to go abroad again either for school or for my own pleasure. I want to go back to Europe and explore more countries other than England. However, I wouldn't mind visiting London again. - George Mason University View Entire Review

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This Winter Break, make the world your stage by studying abroad for two weeks in London! Led by Ken Elston, Professor of Theater at George Mason University, this study abroad program has been one of Mason Study Abroad's most popular for nine years running! Participants will see a number of shows, ranging from fringe productions to West End productions. Previous plays have included:


  • Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night

  • Golem

  • Treasure Island

  • Knight of the Burning Pestle

  • Love’s Labours Won

  • Behind the Beautiful Forever’s

  • Scottsboro Boys

  • Henry IV Part 1

  • Assassin’s

A distinguishing component of this program are the workshops and backstage tours that students will attend. These are interactive workshops and tours that are conducted by groups such as the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • January Term
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Drama, Theater, Theatre Arts
  • English Language and Literature
Minimum GPA:
2.25
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