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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Spring Break
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Credit Level: Graduate Credit
Program Description:
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Theater and Theatricality: London and the Provinces
Dates of Program: March 11-19, 2017
 
Credit Units: 3 
 
Sponsor(s) of Program: College of Arts and Sciences

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DESCRIPTION

This is a cultural studies on-site experience in which you will immerse yourselves in the rich theatre history of England.  We will see first-hand how theatre developed in response to cultural and historical circumstances from Shakespeare’s time through the present in the metropolis.  A trip to Bath (and instruction in the development in the eighteenth century of provincial theatre) will give you a glimpse of the way theatre expanded outside the main centers as empire expanded.  We will pay close attention to the use of spectacle as public entertainment and attitudes towards spectacle from the eighteenth-century onward.

ACCOMMODATIONS
 
We will stay in the Belgrave House Hotel in Westminster, London, a 5-minute walk from an underground station.  Each room has a private bath.

TENTATIVE ITINERARY
Friday 03/10: Leave Atlanta
Saturday 03/11: Arrive London; tour Covent Garden; discuss The Country Wife
Sunday 03/12: Madame Tussauds: revolutionary theatricality in France & England; Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre
Monday 03/13: Tour of Theatre Royal Haymarket; Show at TRH.  Discussion of Behn, The Emperor of the Moon
Tuesday 03/14: Bath, Stonehenge, Windsor Castle Tour; theatre in provinces
Wednesday 03/15: Stratford-Upon-Avon Tour; discuss Othello at pub
Thursday 03/16: Globe theatre tour; attend Othello at Globe
Friday 03/17: Return to Atlanta

ELIGIBILITY
 
In order to participate in any study abroad program students must be in Good Academic Standing which is defined at Georgia State University as a cumulative 2.0 GPA for Undergraduate students and 3.0 GPA for Graduate students.  Please note that study abroad program size is limited and participation is contingent upon acceptance by the Program Director. Non-GSU students must follow their institution’s regulations concerning transfer credits.
 

SPRING BREAK EARLY DECISION DISCOUNT
 
Please note that neither the IEF nor the GES scholarships are applicable to Faculty-Led Spring Break Programs.  There is, however, a $1000 early decision discount for the first 9 Georgia State students who 1) apply, complete and submit their program application by October 31, 2016 2) pay their program deposit of $300 by October 31, 2016 and 3) are accepted into their program. (Please see the payment schedule below for more details.)  If an applicant misses the early decision discount (application submissions are time-stamped), they will absolutely be refunded their deposit within 7 business days should they choose not to participate at the full program price. Please note: transient students are not eligible for this discount.

COST
 
The program cost is tentatively set at $2200 in addition to regular Georgia State University tuition and fees. Program cost may vary at any time according to currency fluctuations and changing travel arrangements.  Non-resident/out-of-state students will pay in-state tuition plus a $250 fee in addition to the program cost
 
Program Cost Includes
• Round-trip airfare
• All ground transportation
• Excursions and entrance fees
• Hotels
• Health/Evacuation/Repatriation insurance
 
Program Cost Does Not Include
• Georgia State tuition and fees
* meals
• Public transportation
• Passport expenses
• Personal expenses
• Excess baggage charges

PAYMENT INFORMATION
           
October 31, 2016: $300 Deposit Due
November 8, 2016: $1,000 Early Decision Discount Payment Applied
November 16, 2016: $700 Payment Due
December 2, 2016: $200 Remaining balance (charged to Panther Pay)
All payments are non-refundable upon receipt
 
Program Deposits and Payments: Participants will pay program deposits and payments by logging into PAWS.  Please contact your Program Director to confirm that a Program Deposit Account has been established for this purpose before you attempt to make a payment in PAWS.
 
Remaining Program Balance:  The remaining program balance will be billed directly to your Panther Pay account.  Payment deadlines for study abroad programs Please refer to the Academic/Registration calendar for the tuition and fees deadline.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
 
Students interested in applying should select 'Apply Now' above and begin the online application.
 
Transient Students: please see our How to Apply section under the Prospective Students tab. 
International Students: Georgia State students who hold F-1 visas must contact the Office of International Students and Scholar Services at (404) 413-2070 to discuss possible implications of study abroad for their immigration status.
 
Application Deadline: October 31, 2016

CONTACT INFORMATION
 
Program Director: Dr. Tanya Caldwell
E-mail: tmcaldwell@gsu.edu
Office address: 2415 Suntrust (25 Park Place)
Phone: 404-513-5837
 


This program is currently not accepting applications.