Led by George Mason's Professor Beth Hoffmann, this study abroad program offers
3 Theater or English credits over 2 weeks. For students still looking to fulfill their
upper-level writing Gen. Ed. requirement, this program is perfect, as it offers 3 credits
in ENG 302. For MA or MFA students, it's a great way to earn some graduate lit
credit while traveling and freeing up your schedule for thesis hours and research--
I speak from experience!
Three credits tuition plus tickets to 8 world-class performances are covered by the
program's cost, including a production at the National Theatre, and at least one perfor-
mance from the 2010 T.S. Eliot Festival at the intimate Donmar Warehouse. The re-
mainder of the program will be filled with West End and fringe productions and at least
one of the top musical productions.
Another exciting component of this program are "Master Classes," or interactive
seminars given by local theatre professionals. Past Master Classes have included
Dramatic Criticism with a critic from the London Times. Don't miss this rare op-
portunity to immerse yourself for two weeks in the theatre‐goer's dream that is
I recommend all interested parties contact Sarah Mournighan at 703.993.2106.
The deadline to APPLY online will be October 9, 2009.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Center for Global Education at George Mason University
Ph: (703)993-2132, Fx: (703)993-2153