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Advertising, Communication, Pop Culture

Advertising & Public Relations in London
Outside of New York City, London is the advertising and marketing capital of the world and certainly the leader in European advertising. This course will examine how advertising and public relations practice in London differs from the...
Mr. Mark Simpson | 3 Credit Hours UD/G
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Agriculture

Exploring Sustainable Agriculture in Ireland
Agriculture has many challenges in coming decades to feed 9 billion people by 2050 while also trying to preserve our natural resources for future generations. Sustainable agriculture is an emerging concept that proposes to achieve both...
Dr. Bruce Pratt | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
May 16, 2017 - May 31, 2017
Ireland Location: Ireland

Agriculture, Animal Science, Biology

Australian Animal Behavior
Start the New Year in the land down under studying the behavior of the wide variety of animals found there. This course allows you to study animal behavior and welfare in tropical Cairns, Queensland and Melbourne, Victoria. Learn about...
Dr. Sara Malone | 3 Credit Hours UD
December 26, 2017 - January 9, 2018
Australia Location: Australia

Anthropology

Ethnographic Field School in Belize
Gain valuable skills such as ethnographic interviewing to develop an appreciation for Belizean cultural diversity. The ethnographic field school is partnering with Belizean institutes and associations in order to contribute to an...
Dr. Doug Hume | 4 Credit Hours U/G
June 19 - July 18, 2018
Belize Location: Belize

Architecture, Interior Design

Cathedrals, Castles, and Crumpets: Examining British Architecture
British architecture is the merging of many art forms into a single work. Each structure is a monument to the past and the future. Studying past forms helps us understand how people progressed over the centuries, while today's...
Prof. Travis Wilson | 3 Credit Hours UD
July 7, 2017 - July 22, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Art & Design, Art History, Interdisciplinary

The London Arts Experience: Theatre, Art, Music, and Design
London, one of the most exciting cities in the world, is home to centuries of art, design, architecture, and engineering. In this class you'll visit theatres, clubs, cemeteries, museums, galleries, and film sites. While we're there,...
Ms. Carol Stewart | 3 Credit Hours UD
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Art & Design, Photography

Experimental Photography: Exploring England Through the Camera's Lens
This fun, hands-on course introduces historic, DIY and contemporary experimental photography. Master design skills and build a stunning photography portfolio from your travel adventures. Learn about the birth of photography and the...
Prof. Laura Hartford | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Art & Design, History, Museum Studies, Architecture

History of Western Art in London Museums
Experience the History of Western Art chronologically through personal visits to historic sites, castles, cathedrals, and museums in London! Start with a visit to Neolithic Stonehenge, then continue through the Ancient Near East, Egypt,...
Dr. Katherine T. Brown | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Art History, Art & Design, Theatre, Interdisciplinary

The London Arts Experience: Theatre, Music, Art, and Design
London, one of the most exciting cities in the world, is home to centuries of visual art, performance, design, and architecture. In this class you'll visit theatres, music venues, restaurants, museums, and galleries. You'll see some of...
Prof. Carol Stewart | 3 Credit Hours U/H
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Biology

Scottish Natural History, Health, and Sustainability
Scotland is a country with a natural landscape sculpted by glaciers, changing coastlines, and built by immigrants from various lands. Scotland has a rich culture built upon the great number of medieval castles, to the history of the...
Dr. Shannon Galbraith-Kent | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
June 23, 2017 - July 8, 2017
Scotland Location: Scotland

Biology

Australian Ecosystems
Swim with turtles at the Great Barrier Reef, observe kangaroos in the wild, participate in a conservation project to preserve a koala habitat, and hike in the tropical rainforests on Queensland. This course will focus on the biodiversity...
Dr. Ruth E. Beattie | 3 Credit Hours UD
December 26, 2017 - January 9, 2018
Australia Location: Australia

Biology, Earth & Environmental Science

Tropical Biology In Belize and Guatemala
Study examples of Earth's most diverse ecosystems by exploring both tropical rainforests and a coral reef in Belize. At Blue Creek Field Station, you will live and work within a primary rainforest surrounded by a wealth of biodiversity...
Dr. Rick Kopp | 3 Credit Hours U
May 15 - 31, 2018
Belize Location: Belize
Belize Location: Guatemala

Business, Law, Management

Business Law & Brexit
London, one of the world's business centers, offers an initial glimpse of how Britain will deal with the effects of Brexit. This course delves into the global legal environment of London and the effectual changes to businesses in the way...
Dr. Aquesha Daniels | 3 Credit Hours U/GR
July 7 - July 22, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Chemistry

British Contributions to Science and Medicine
The history behind science's greatest discoveries is one of intrigue and excitement. As we visit museums, laboratories, hospitals, breweries and crime scenes, we will rediscover this science together. This class will cover the discovery...
Dr. G. Robert Shelton | 3 Credit Hours UD
July 7, 2017 - July 22, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Communication, Film Studies, Pop Culture

Understanding England Through Popular Film
The British film industry makes stunning classic, popular, and franchise films. To understand England through her movies, we’ll look at classics like Lawrence of Arabia and Monty Python’s Life of Brian; we’ll admire film...
Dr. Jill Franks | 3 Credit Hours UD/GR
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Communication, Sports Management, Pop Culture

Cultural Comparisons of British and American Sport
Sports are an integral part of society. They are significant to the identity of many people beyond elite athletes. This class will examine sports in Great Britain and their community impact compared to the role of sports in the United...
Dr. Stephen Yungbluth | 3 Credit Hours UD/GR
July 7, 2017 - July 22, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Communication

Intercultural Communication
We live and work in a world in which everything is connected by media, business, social and political issues, ecological concerns, and humanitarian issues. The success or failure of our interaction often depends on our intercultural...
Dr. Gail Henson | 3 Credit Hours UD/GR
July 7, 2017 - July 22, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Communication, Healthcare Administration, Political Science

Exploring Healthcare and Governance in Belize and Guatemala
Examine the interconnection of health care and politics in two developing countries and compare them with their U.S. equivalents. Students will explore the complexities of health, culture and governance through activities such as meeting...
Dr. Tim Vance | 3 Credit Hours U
May 15 - 31, 2018
Belize Location: Belize
Belize Location: Guatemala

Communication, Pop Culture

London's Influence on Pop Culture: Sports, Music, Movies & More
From the Beatles to Adele, James Bond to Harry Potter, Wimbledon to the Olympics, this course examines the incredible influence London has on popular culture. Visit the musical roots of the British Invasion with the London Rock Tour of...
Prof. Barry Gresham | 3 Credit Hours U
July 7 - July 22, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Communication

Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Oratory, Advocacy and Public Address in London
From Parliament to Westminster Abbey, from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to the Speaker's Corner at Hyde Park, London has served as an epicenter of history, stories, and public address through the centuries. Students in this...
Prof. John Strada | 3 Credit Hours U
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Communication

Culturally London: Communication and Competence
Enhance your intercultural communication skills in London, one of the most thrilling, cosmopolitan, and diverse cities in the world. With the city as our classroom, we will study the communication process across cultures with an emphasis...
Prof. Krista Kimmel | 3 Credit Hours U
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Political Science

Law and Order: London
A Jack the Ripper tour, the Tower of London, Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster, Windsor Castle, The Royal Courts of Justice, Magna Carta, Old Bailey, and many other exciting locations in London and beyond will be the key to our...
Prof. Lisa Kay Decker | 3 Credit Hours U/G/H
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Earth Science, Environmental Science, Geography, History

James Hutton and the Scottish Roots of Modern Geology
Scotland is the most ancient landscape in Britain and considered to be the birthplace of modern geology. James Hutton was one of the most creative scientists of the 18th century Scottish Enlightenment, and his theories about...
Dr. Joe Dan Collins, Jr. | 3 Credit Hours U
June 22 - July 7, 2018
Scotland Location: Scotland
Program: Scotland

Education

From Hogwarts to Wonderland: Children's Literature from Great Britain
Walk in the footsteps of your favorite characters and visit the settings of your favorite books. Board a train like Paddington Bear, see London from above like Mary Poppins, and try to find Platform 9 and 3/4 like Harry. In this course,...
Dr. Tara Alvey | 3 Credit Hours UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Education

Education in Ghana: Exploring Culturally Responsive Teaching & Learning
Students will be immersed as teaching assistants in a P-12 boarding school in Ghana to explore the influences of socio-economic, political, ethnic, and religious factors on classroom practices, seeking parallels with how immigrant and/or...
Dr. Lenore Kinne | 3 Credit Hours U/G
June 7 - June 26, 2018
Ghana Location: Ghana
Program: Ghana

English, Literature

Witches, Wizards & Writing: Reading & Writing the British Fantasy
Stalk the jub-jub bird and bandersnatch. Step through the magic wardrobe into Narnia. Catch the Hogwarts Express at Platform 9 ¾ or take the tube to Neil Gaiman's London Below. In this course, we will be examining works of British...
Mr. P. Andrew Miller and Mr. Stephen Leigh | 3 Credit Hours UD/G
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

English, Literature

Ireland Forever: Visions of the Nation in Irish Literature
Since the Irish Free State gained independence in 1922, leaving six northern counties linked to Britain as Northern Ireland, writers on both sides of the border have negotiated a disrupted dream of their homeland. We will investigate how...
Prof. Ann Neelon | 3 Credit Hours U/G/H
May 28 - June 12, 2018
Ireland Location: Ireland
Program: Ireland

English, Literature, History, Celtic Studies

Myth and Mythmakers in Irish Literature
This course will focus on the legendary characters and landscapes of Irish myth and literature. Reading a selection of the greatest hits of Irish literature, we will visit numerous relevant sites like the ruins of Glendalough Monastery...
Dr. Barbara Burch | 3 Credit Hours U/H
May 28 - June 12, 2018
Ireland Location: Ireland
Program: Ireland

English, Literature

Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Storytelling, and Telling Your Own Tale
This two-week summer course in London, designed for English, Creative Writing, Communication, and MCE/AYA Language Arts Majors, is a pilgrimage, reading selected excerpts from Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales and immersing yourself in...
Prof. Kathleen Marie Buttermore | 3 Credit Hours U
July 7 - July 22, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

English, Literature, Theatre

Popular Shakespeare: Sex, Race and Religion on the London Stage
Enrich your understanding of Shakespeare and his world by studying him on-site in London. While focusing on up to four of his plays to be seen in current production on various London stages, the class will also explore the history and...
Dr. Lisa Jennings | 3 Credit Hours U/G
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

English, Literature

The Appeal of Harry Potter
Why are the Harry Potter novels the best-selling books of all time? As we read and discuss the Harry Potter novels in London and visit film locations, we will attempt to answer this question by examining the symbolism, imagery, and ideas...
Dr. Ted Sherman | 3 Credit Hours U
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

English, Literature, Theatre

Death and Dungeons in Past and Present England
Come to the land of haunted castles. dark dungeons, and beautiful and moving memorial art as we explore the changing roles and meanings of deaths in England and western culture. In this course, students will experience the prehistoric...
Dr. Amy Tudor | 3 Credit Hours U
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

English, Literature, Creative Writing, Interdisciplinary

Scribes in Scotland: Wandering, Wondering, Writing
Designed for creative writers, English majors, and humanities students, this class will engage in the art of flanerie (immersing ourselves in our surroundings to hone our critical, observational, and writing skills) to create a Scottish...
Dr. Deanna Mascle | 3 Credit Hours U
June 22 - July 7, 2018
Scotland Location: Scotland
Program: Scotland

Ethics, Philosophy, Healthcare Administration

Global Bioethics: Philosophical Explorations in London & Dublin
In this applied ethics course, we'll investigate questions such as: Universal health care: who has it, who doesn't, and why? Should doctors always tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth? Do patients across the world have the same...
Dr. Catherine (Cate) Sherron | 3 Credit Hours LD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Ireland Location: Ireland

Film, Media Studies, Communication, English

Understanding Scotland through Popular Film
Throughout this program, we will gain an understanding of what it means to be Scottish, and what Scottish art and culture are like. We will study Scottish films and visit such classic sites as Edinburgh Castle, the Western Highlands, and...
Prof. Tom Butler | 3 Credit Hours U/G/H
June 22 - July 7, 2018
Scotland Location: Scotland
Program: Scotland

Finance, Management

Exploring European Business Models: Imagination, Innovation & Invention
With the City of London as your classroom, discover the fascinating world of business innovation, imagination, and invention as we meet with successful business leaders, discover how culture and tradition affect business decisions and...
Dr. Michael Phillips | 3 Credit Hours UD/G
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Food Science, Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry

Crop to Table: Terroir and British Food Culture
Ever ask yourself how soil and climate (terroir) affect regional or national foods and culture? Recent food science studies have identified terroir as an important factor in dictating what food is prevalent and how it tastes. In this...
Dr. Christian Paumi | 3 Credit Hours U/G
July 7 - July 22, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

History

Daily Life in Medieval and Victorian Scotland
Imagine living in medieval and Victorian Scotland! We will compare daily life in pre-industrial medieval Scotland to life in the 19th century industrial era. We will go back in time to visit medieval sites in Edinburgh's "Old Town," such...
Dr. Cynthia W. Resor | 3 Credit Hours UD/GR
June 23, 2017 - July 8, 2017
Scotland Location: Scotland

International Business, Management, Economics

The Impact of Brexit on Global Economics
As Britain experiences the aftermath of the vote to leave the European Union, nowhere is better suited for studying the impact of Brexit than London, one of the business capitals of the world. This class offers opportunities to...
Prof. Lynnette A. Guzzino | 3 Credit Hours U/GR
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Journalism , Communication, Pop Culture

From the Tabloids to the BBC: Exploring the British Media
Explore the colorful and diverse world of the British media through field trips to such sites as newspaper offices, BBC TV and radio stations and through discussions with journalists and media experts. See and hear firsthand how British...
Don Lowe | 3 Credit Hours UD
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Literature

The Irish Literary Tradition from The Tain to Toibin
Ireland is a small country with an out-sized literary tradition. This course brings the genius and value of that tradition into focus, by reading "greatest hits" of Irish literature, including the tragi-comic Tain Bo Culaigne and...
Dr. Barbara J. Burch | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
May 16, 2017 - May 31, 2017
Ireland Location: Ireland

Literature

Horror, Myth, and Legend in English Literature
King Arthur, Dracula, Jack the Ripper and Hobbits--who could ask for more from some of the most interesting writers in English? We'll venture into an incredible mixture of myth, legend, mystery, romance, horror, and history. But we don't...
Dr. Danielle Nielsen | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Marketing, Business

Consumer Behavior Across Cultures
The best way to learn Consumer Behavior is to live it. Come explore London and Dublin to discover how lifestyles differ as we visit two of the United Kingdom's largest cities. This class will focus on how culture differs in the US...
Dr. Cheryl Ward | 3 Credit Hours UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Ireland Location: Ireland

Music, Pop Culture, American Studies

Britpop!
This course looks at British popular music, mainly from the 1960s to the present, starting with the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Kinks etc. and moving on to Punk, Shoegaze and Britpop (Oasis, Blur, etc.). British youth culture is...
Dr. Paul D. Fischer | 3 Credit Hours U
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Music, History, Sociology

South African Jazz: Music, Culture, & Social Justice
The study of South African jazz not only exposes the stunning rhythms, sounds, and musical practices of the country, it also reveals the rich complexity of its people, culture, history, and struggles for social justice. We will explore...
Prof. David Clark | 3 Credit Hours U
June 25 - July 15, 2018
South Africa Location: South Africa
Program: South Africa

Nursing, Social Work, Healthcare Administration

Comparing Irish and American Health Care Systems
Anyone considering a career in healthcare will gain valuable experience in this class comparing American and Irish healthcare systems, including such topics as educational preparation, the Irish healthcare team system, the health...
Dr. Maire Blankenship | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
May 16, 2017 - May 31, 2017
Ireland Location: Ireland

Nursing, Healthcare Administration, Social Work

Comparing Irish and American Health Care Systems
Anyone considering a career in healthcare will gain valuable experience in this class comparing American and Irish healthcare systems, including such topics as educational preparation, the Irish healthcare team system, the health...
Dr. Maire Blankenship | 3 Credit Hours U
May 28 - June 12, 2018
Ireland Location: Ireland
Program: Ireland

Nursing, Public Health, Health Care Administration, Social Work

Worldview on Chronic Disease Management through the Eyes of British Culture
Britain was one of the first countries to develop a system for combating premature death and managing chronic disease (CD). In this course designed for nursing, pre-med, social work, and health care management majors, students will gain...
Prof. Irina Sergeyeva | 3 Credit Hours U
July 7 - July 22, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Occupational Science, Public Health

Diversity & Occupations in Ireland
Enhance your understanding of the differences of human ability and occupation in Irish society through interviews, observation, site visits, attendance at community events and gatherings, self-reflection, daily journal writing, and...
Robert J. Mullaney, DBA, OTD-S, MBA-HSA, OTR/L | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
May 16, 2017 - May 31, 2017
Ireland Location: Ireland

Photography, Art & Design

Travel Photography: London and Dublin Through the Lens
Use photography to share a new view of the world. Learn technical and aesthetic skills of photography while exploring London and Dublin. Through field trips, walking excursions, and creative assignments, students will incorporate both...
Ms. Rachael Banks | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Ireland Location: Ireland

Political Science, International Studies

Visual Politics: The Global City of London
London is a Global City! It is a planetary hub, sending, receiving and reshaping global flows in politics, economics, and society. We will explore London as a unique micro-cosmos of global politics and learn about some of the field's...
Prof. Guilherme A. Silva | 3 Credit Hours U/H
July 7 - July 22, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Political Science, Legal Studies

Habeas What? British Common Law and Its Influence on the American Legal System
British common law traditions and the British legal system have influenced the American judicial system. Through field trips to various British legal sites, including where the Magna Carta was signed at Runnymede, where an original copy...
Dr. Lee Remington Williams | 3 Credit Hours U
July 6 - August 5, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Summer

Psychology, Sociology

Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll: Music Subcultures in the U.K.
The "Mods" used amphetamines to stay up all weekend listening to music. In swinging 60's London, hippies glorified psychedelic music, psychedelic drugs, and free love. Raves ran on ecstasy, the "love drug." Why are many subcultures...
Dr. Thomas J. Johnson | 3 Credit Hours UD
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Public Health, Race & Ethnicity, Nursing, Rehabilitation & Therapy

Ways of Life in Ireland: Culture, Diversity, and Occupation
Broaden your understanding of the contemporary and traditional ways of life in Ireland. Enhance your understanding of what people value as occupations and how they spend their time while immersing yourself in their culture....
Dr. Robert Mullaney | 3 Credit Hours U/G
May 28 - June 12, 2018
Ireland Location: Ireland
Program: Ireland

Social Work, Nursing, Family & Consumer Science

Helping Services & From Children to Aging & Everything in Between
This study abroad travel class will focus on experiential learning as students explore the state of social services ranging from childcare, families, individuals and aging systems in London and Dublin. Students will visit historical...
Ms. Kellye McIntyre | 3 Credit Hours UD/G
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Ireland Location: Ireland

Sociology, Religion

Mystical England
What causes religious divisions? What beliefs do eastern, western, and pagan faith traditions share in common? In Mystical England you will explore these questions while visiting power places such as Stonehenge, Westminster Abbey,...
Dr. Bernadette Barton | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
July 7, 2017 - August 6, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Sociology

London and the Thames: The Sociology of Water
London is a classroom that demonstrates how water affects society in complex and unexpected ways. In this class, students interested in sociology, history and environmental studies will be able to follow the flow of water through...
Dr. Joseph M. Simpson | 3 Credit Hours UD
July 7, 2017 - July 22, 2017
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom

Sociology, Interdisciplinary

Music, Youth Resistance, and Social Change in South Africa
This course explores how music can impact social change. Analyzing the sultry sounds of jazz, the dynamic energy of hip-hop, and the prolific music of South Africa, we will examine the reach and influence of these and other musical...
Dr. Angela Scharfenberger | 3 Credit Hours U
June 25 - July 15, 2018
South Africa Location: South Africa
Program: South Africa

Theatre

400 Years of Popular London Theatre
What kept audiences coming back for more? Survey 400 years of theatrical entertainment in London. Your Theatreland excursions include the Globe Theatre, a backstage tour of Drury Lane (roots to the Restoration), touring the modern Royal...
Dr. Richard Hansen | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Theatre

Theatre

Theatre on Location, From Classics to Contemporary
Discover the thrilling world of London and explore English culture through professional theatre. Students will experience a diverse range of current productions from the classics to the cutting edge and will examine cultural trends and...
Ronald Shaw and Jamey Strawn | 3 Credit Hours UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Theatre

Theatre, Liberal Studies, Interdisciplinary, Art & Design

The London Arts Experience: Theatre, Art, Music & Design
London, one of the most exciting cities in the world, is home to centuries of visual art, performance, design, and architecture. In this class you'll visit theatres, music venues, cemeteries, museums, and galleries. You'll see some of...
Ms. Carol Stewart | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Theatre

Theatre, English

Curtain Call: British Drama In Action!
Discover the world of British theatre by attending several dramatic productions in London's amazing West End district and other locales. Delve into the origins of drama from the classical period through the medieval mystery, miracle, and...
Dr. Mickey Wadia and Dr. Mercy Cannon | 3 Credit Hours LD/UD
December 26, 2017 - January 8, 2018
United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom
Program: London Theatre