London, England

London, England


In this unique week long class we will explore theatre as it developed and as it exists now in the exciting city of London, England.

The program will be headquartered in London at Millersville's official partner, the London Metropolitan University , and requires daily field trips to nearby locations in the city. There will be a few meetings in a classroom environment, at London Met, but most class gatherings will be on-site, focusing on first-hand experience (as opposed to lecture) and leaving ample time for students to explore London on their own. The course includes attendance at four professional theatre performances in London , as well as backstage tours at the Globe Theatre, the National Theatre and the Royal Theatre Drury Lane.

Program Offerings

Students will select one course from the following offerings:
THEA 217 Theatre Appreciation (G1)
THEA 317 London Theatre Tour (G1 & P)
THEA 412 Topics in Theatre (Advanced Topics)
THEA 579

This class fulfills the general education perspectives requirement. Students should work with their academic advisors to ensure that these 3 credits are appropriately utilized for the student's major/minor requirements or to fulfill General Education requirements.


Millersville students pay approximately $1,750.00 to participate in this course during Summer 2012:

This cost includes:

  • Airfare
  • 7-nights accommodations in the London Metropolitan University dormitories
  • Theatre tours (Globe Theatre, National Theatre, Royal Theatre Drury Lane)
  • Tickets to four live theatre performances including a play at the Globe Theatre.

This cost does not include:

  • Millersville tuition and fees
  • ISIC Cards
  • Passport
  • Meals
  • Transportation to-and-from the Philadelphia International Airport
  • Personal expenses (souvenirs and other daily expenses)

A $500.00 deposit to secure a spot in the class is due NOVEMBER 15, 2011 and the balance of the payment is due by MARCH 1, 2012.

Financial Assistance

Since this program offers 3 academic credits, students should contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss their specific financial aid package.


The next course abroad is scheduled for summer session II, 2012, with June 19th - June 27th as the tentative dates.


Students will live in a London Met dormitory with 4 to 6 students per apartment suite. Each suite includes single bedrooms, a kitchen, bathroom facilities and showers. Dorms are within easy walking distance of the Underground (TUBE) Train Line.


Enrollment is limited to 15 participants, including University students at all levels, non-degree seeking students and educators seeking Continuing Ed credits.

Transfer of Credit

The Millersville course students select will be the equivalent of 3.0 credits for the program. This program will also fulfill the Millersville University perspectives requirement.

To Apply

For more information please contact Professor Tony Elliot, Director of Theatre, Millersville University at or call at 871-2335.

Interested students should contact Professor Elliot.